Air Force Magazine | July 1, 2020
USAF Taps 18 More Companies to Develop New Combat Network
Nearly 50 companies will dip into a pot of Air Force funds worth up to $950 million to develop and connect a plethora of technologies as part of the Advanced Battle Management System, the service announced July 1.
WashingtonExec | June 18, 2020
CACI Wins $1.5B NGA Cyber Contract
CACI International has been awarded a $1.5 billion single-award indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract to provide transport and cybersecurity services to the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.
FCW Insider | June 5, 2020
*** Two intelligence agencies announced major IT awards this week. The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency awarded a 10-year, $1.5 billion enterprise information technology services contract to CACI International. The Defense Intelligence Agency awarded a $401 million task order to Leidos for IT operations and maintenance support. Washington Technology has more on the deals.
GovCon Wire | June 5, 2020
CACI Books Potential $1.5B NGA IDIQ for Enterprise IT, Cyber Services; John Mengucci Quoted
CACI International (NYSE: CACI) has received a potential 10-year, $1.5B contract to provide information technology assistance to the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and its partners as part of efforts to fortify NGA's cybersecurity posture.
The single-award indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract covers enterprise IT and network support at agency facilities in Virginia, Missouri and international locations, CACI said Thursday.
Virginia Magazine | June 4, 2020
Arlington tech company wins $1.5B contract
CACI International Inc. will support National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
Arlington-based federal technology contractor CACI International Inc. announced Thursday it has won a $1.5 billion contract to provide networking and cybersecurity services for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA).
“This record award demonstrates CACI is delivering on its strategy to win larger, more enduring contracts,” CACI President and CEO John Mengucci said in a statement. “It also represents our steadfast commitment to protecting and defending our nation’s networks so the NGA can deliver mission-critical geospatial intelligence to the warfighter around the globe.”
The National Interest | June 4, 2020
The Army Has Found The Best Method To Killing Enemy Drones
Replicating them at home.
This premise informs and inspires a current Army and CACI program intended to develop the technical means to “learn,” “track,” and “understand” the newest commercially available drones. Using the term “exploitation,” weapons developers are closely analyzing the material components, sensors, video feeds and intricate electronic systems of commercial drones to lay an accurate foundation upon which these threats can be destroyed. These initiatives, as described by CACI Executive Program Director Peter Scucces, use 3-D printing, simulation and various kinds of computer analysis to discern the precise mechanisms with which the newest drones operate - and attack.
Washington Technology | June 4, 2020
What these 2 large intell awards say about the winners
Two of the government services market’s largest players have announced within 14 hours of each other wins of significant size and scope in the intelligence community that also help show how each company is shaping the narrative about itself.
One of those is for the winner’s record books and is new business. In a release Thursday, CACI International said it won the company’s largest-ever contract in a potential 10-year, $1.5 billion award from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.
Defense Daily | June 4, 2020
CACI Nabs $1.5 Billion NGA Award, Largest In Company History
CACI International [CACI] on Thursday said it has received a potential $1.5 billion contract from the National Geospatial-Agency (NGA) to provide transport and cyber security services.
The single-award indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract, the largest in the company’s history, has a five-year base period and five one-year options. The company said the win represents new business for it and significantly expands its work with the agency.
Breaking Defense | June 3, 2020
Air Force Slates Potential $950M For ABMS Tech From 28 Vendors
The Air Force has chosen from 28 firms, some behemoth defense contractors and others are Silicon Valley startups, to compete for tech awards of up to $950 million eachover the next five years to support its ambitious Advanced Battle Management System (ABMS) for future joint all-domain operations...
Other vendors included in the award are: Alion Science and Technology; Apogee Research; World Wide Technology; Borsetta; CACI; Chooch Intelligence Technologies; Collins Aerospace Co.; Dell Technologies; Fregata Systems; General Dynamics; Hellebore Consulting Group; Immersive Wisdom; L3 Harris; Parsons Government Services; Persistent Systems Raytheon; Securboration; Silvus Technologies; Simple Sense; Solid State Scientific; Viasat; and Wind Talker Innovations.
NACD Board Talk | June 3, 2020
Corporate Social Responsibility and Recruiting the Next Generation of Leaders
CACI International has an active board of directors that is supported by an involved nominating and governance committee. Over the last several years, the makeup of our board has changed with regard to both gender and ethnicity, benefiting us with new ideas that come from leaders with diverse backgrounds. We continue to recruit emerging executive board members who have the skills needed to support our growth strategy and respond to today’s challenges. I believe there are two key factors for successful board recruiting: The nominating and governance committee must pay attention to the challenges a publicly traded corporation faces, and the board should recognize shareholder and stakeholder interest in the culture of the board and how it affects decision-making.
Washington Technology | May 15, 2020
Hiring marches on during pandemic
Labor Department figures released this peg the country’s number of unemployment at an all-time record of 36.5 million -- a stark reversal from the once-hot job market of eight weeks ago before the coronavirus crisis took hold...
“CACI has optimized our virtual recruiting and onboarding strategy fueling the company’s continued growth. Candidates have readily adapted along with our recruiting team to what is now our main stream approach to building our workforce of tech talent that is critical to national security,” Chief Human Resources Officer Angie Casper said via email.
“Our expanded internship program, the largest in the company’s history, is building our workforce of tomorrow. These students and early-career professionals will help CACI add the talent to increase the expertise and invent the technology our customers need.”
GovCon Wire | May 13, 2020
CACI Lands Potential $465M Army C5ISR R&D Task Order
CACI International (NYSE: CACI) has received a potential five-year, $465M task order to develop network security platforms for the U.S. Army’s command, control, computer, communications, cyber, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance center.
CACI said Tuesday it will the Army Combat Capabilities Development Command develop software-based approaches to support the military service's research and modernization programs.
Military Embedded Systems | May 13, 2020
Army cyberdefense supported under CACI contract
ARLINGTON COUNTY, Va. CACI International Inc. announced that it has been awarded a five-year, single-award task order, with a ceiling value of more than $465 million, by the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command’s (CCDC) Command, Control, Computers, Communications, Cyber, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C5ISR) center to provide research and development on cryptographic modernization, information security, and tactical network protection.
Under the task order, which the Army’s Cyber Security and Information Division (CSIA) awarded under the GSA Alliant II contract vehicle, CACI intends to provide mission expertise to enhance cyber defense capabilities for C5ISR systems.
SIGNAL Magazine | May 11, 2020
Motivation Tips for Home Schooling Parents
Making STEM careers relevant to students is key.
Regardless of technical expertise, organizational skills or resources, parents around the world are struggling to keep their children engaged as they settle into a routine of home schooling. The conflicting educational requirements, distractions of home life and stressed family dynamics make both teaching and learning a challenge in the stay-at-home world...
The country needs an educated workforce to invent the technology that will protect the nation, and the way to make that happen is to excite children about STEM careers, states DeEtte Gray, president of Business and Information Technology Solutions at CACI.
STEM subjects, however, seem too far removed from a student’s everyday life. “We need to find new ways to make STEM education not only exciting, but also relatable,” Gray says. "We need to teach students why STEM careers are important, what challenges they can help solve, and how they can help make the world a better place for both themselves and future generations.”