CACI awarded $48.5M contract to deploy counter-unmanned aerial systems platforms
CACI International Inc announced on August 2 that the Navy has awarded the company a $48.5 million single-award, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract to provide integration, installation, sustainment, and engineering services to the Naval Air Systems Command Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD) AIRWorks Rapid Development Capabilities Integrated Product team. The one-year contract represents new and continuing work for Arlington, VA-based CACI in its Intelligence Systems and Support market area.
NAWCAD supports research and development, engineering, test, and evaluation of all Navy air vehicle systems and trainers. Under this contract, CACI will support the deployment of new and existing counter unmanned aerial systems (C-UAS) capabilities and hardware to high-priority and sensitive government sites that protect assets vital to national security by providing technical, engineering, and project management support services, including modeling and simulation, and hardware, software, and command and control integration. CACI is an industry leader in developing, deploying, and integrating sophisticated C-UAS solutions with its SkyTracker product suite, providing fixed site, on-the-move, and man-packable and small form factor technologies.
John Mengucci, CACI’s chief operating officer, said, “As an industry leader in precision radiofrequency counter-unmanned aerial systems capabilities, CACI offers the Naval Air Systems Command’s AIRWorks team a system-of-systems approach to protecting national security assets. We look forward to continuing to build on the long-standing relationship CACI has developed with the Navy, and providing our highly specialized and precise technologies that help the Navy advance AIRWorks capabilities in support of its important mission.”