CACI has been awarded prime position on a multiple-award contract with the US Army Research, Development, and Engineering Command’s Communications-Electronics Research, Development, and Engineering Center (CERDEC).

Under the multi-year technical information engineering services (TIES) contract, the company will continue its support for CERDEC’s intelligence and information warfare directorate (I2WD).

Leveraging its track record of support for I2WD to assure timely and effective completion of mission goals and objectives, the company will offer an array of solutions and services for intelligence, electronic warfare, and information system development.

CACI COO and US Operations president John Mengucci said: "CACI’s selection to the TIES contract positions us to continue to offer quality control, adherence to schedule, control of costs, and effective management techniques that bring value to the US Army’s I2WD team.

"Our work on this contract will help to deliver technological advantages the army can depend on."

"Our work on this contract will help to deliver technological advantages the army can depend on."

CACI president and CEO Ken Asbury said: "With our work on the TIES contract, we will continue to help keep our troops equipped, informed, and safe."

I2WD serves as the army’s centre for research and development of advanced cyber operations, electronic warfare, signals intelligence technologies, radar, and intelligence analysis, exploitation, and dissemination capabilities.

The company also bagged a $48.6m task order contract last week to provide operational support for the Office of Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) (OUSD(C)).

Specifically, the contract requires CACI to continue providing on-site operational support to the mission systems of OUSD(C) in areas relating to system maintenance, information security / assurance, integration, conversion, migration, report generation, documentation, training, and guidance.

The four-year, eight-month task order was awarded under the Alliant contract vehicle.