CACI's C2 experts support a diverse portfolio of services to customers across the globe. We provide system solutions and functional subject matter expertise for Combatant
Commands, the Army, Navy, Air Force, Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), the homeland security community, and federal, regional, and s
tate agencies. Representative customers and contracts include:
- SSES NexGen: For over 20 years, CACI has provided high-end software support and engineering services to the U.S. Army’s Communications-Electronics
Command (CECOM) Software Engineering Center (SEC). Under the SSES NexGen contract, CACI supports the C3T Fires Division in sustaining the reliability and
interoperability of fielded fire support systems, which help soldiers acquire targets and deliver the necessary firepower. Additionally, CACI supports the
C3T Mission Command Division in developing and sustaining systems that give soldiers and commanders accurate overviews of the battlefield.
- CERDEC: Building on its 25-year relationship with the Army’s Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering
Center (CERDEC), CACI announced on October 1, 2012 that it was selected to support rapid prototyping and technology insertion initiatives for CERDEC's
Command, Power, and Integration Directorate (CP&ID). With a potential value of $247 million, this five-year contract represents a mix of existing
and considerable new work. The contract concentrates on three areas: prototyping and integration of C4ISR systems into various platforms used by
all U.S. Armed Forces; research, development, and implementation of new Army/Joint mission command/C2 concepts and technologies; and research and
development of technologies related to more portable and cost-efficient power sources for use by troops
- Rapid Response - Third Generation (R23G): R23G is a five-year
indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract that provides solutions in support of the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command's (CECOM)
C4ISR mission. The CECOM Rapid Response Project Office was chartered to execute a unique, competitive, and streamlined business process that allows federal
government managers to acquire contractor-provided services.
- U.S. Army GTACS: As a prime contractor on the U.S. Army’s Global Tactical Advanced Communications Systems (GTACS) contract, CACI supports the
Army’s Program Executive Office Command, Control, and Communications-Tactical. Under this contract, CACI designs, builds, and integrates a broad range of
mobile and fixed-site communications systems, networks, and ancillary equipment, and provides training and sustainment services required to accommodate
both the Department of Defense and civilian agency missions.