CACI International has received a contract to support the US Army Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate’s (I2WD) Innovative Intelligence Solutions programme.

Awarded under the Alliant contract vehicle, the $50m task order requires the company to provide quick reaction capabilities (QRC) in developing tools and applications for the human intelligence and signals intelligence needs of the army.

The support includes full end-to-end lifecycle management of the solutions delivered, including training sustainment and maintenance.

CACI president and CEO Ken Asbury said: "CACI is committed to helping our customers accomplish their missions in new and better ways.

"This contract with the army’s Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate is a great example of how our innovative approaches to new and emerging problems support our customers in countering threats wherever and whenever they emerge."

"CACI is committed to helping our customers accomplish their missions in new and better ways."

CACI COO and US Operations president John Mengucci said: "CACI has a long history providing the US Army with the intelligence support tools to accomplish its most sensitive missions.

"Through our innovative approach to quick response capabilities, we are able to adapt and change to our customers’ requirements, even as they adapt to their evolving missions."

Designed specifically for I2WD, the company’s QRC service delivery model, along with repeatable QRC engineering processes, leadership, and operational insight, assures the army of fast and efficient development of new intelligence and information warfare systems and tools.

In addition, CACI’s experience supporting I2WD provides a significant insight and understanding of the I2WD’s technical and operational environment, further ensuring that solutions effectively match mission requirements.

Work under the contract is scheduled to be carried out over the next two years.

Headquartered at Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland, US, I2WD provides intelligence and information warfare tools that equip the US Armed Forces with the integrated systems required to ensure information dominance.