CACI Wins $82M Contract to Provide Technology to U.S. Army


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CACI International Inc. announced the U.S. Army’s C5ISR Center Electronic Warfare Air/Ground Survivability Division (EWAGS) has awarded CACI a four-year $82 million contract to continue support for the Army’s cyber and ground electronic warfare (EW) missions. CACI’s technicians and engineers will partner with the Army to monitor, analyze and develop complex technology tools and systems to counter evolving threats.

CACI experts provide the analysis to help ensure that Army EOD ECM systems provide maximum protection. CACI also supports compatibility testing with new and legacy C5ISR systems to uncover system vulnerability and compatibility issues with other Army EW or tactical communication systems. 

John Mengucci, CACI President and Chief Executive Officer, said, “Working closely with the Army, CACI is bringing decades of expertise in software enabled tools to help secure critical systems and advance the speed of decision-making across the connected battlefield.”

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