CACI awarded $32.7 Million Army INSCOM contract
CACI International Inc announced on January 5 that it has been awarded a $32.7 million prime contract to continue serving as the Facilities, Infrastructure and Engineering Systems (FIRES) solution architect and services provider for the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM). This five-year award represents continuing work for CACI in the Arlington, VA-based company’s Intelligence Services market area.
FIRES is a classified INSCOM intelligence production program that provides the Department of Defense and Intelligence Community with information on worldwide facilities and infrastructure. For FIRES, CACI supports a wide range of all-source and geospatial intelligence production. This includes fused, tailorable, and scalable all-source and geospatial intelligence products.
John Mengucci, CACI’s Chief Operating Officer and President of U.S. Operations, said, “CACI delivers proven and highly specialized geospatial intelligence capabilities, combining open source with national protected data fusion, to assure the U.S. Army of effective and timely support for intelligence on worldwide facilities and infrastructures of interest to our customers.”
According to CACI President and Chief Executive Officer Ken Asbury, “CACI’s business in intelligence services continues to grow on the strength of our innovative solutions, world-class workforce, and cutting-edge technologies and methodologies. As part of our strategic growth plan and dedicated service to the nation, we will continue to leverage our capabilities to meet our customers’ critical national security challenges.”
Source: CACI International Inc