MeriTalk | November 11, 2021
Army Awards CACI $785M Information Warfare Contract
The U.S. Army Special Operations Command (USASOC) has awarded CACI International a five-year single-award task order worth up to $785 million for information warfare and electronic warfare solutions and services.
Virginia Business | November 11, 2021
CACI wins $785M Army contract
Reston-based Fortune 500 contractor CACI International Inc. won a potentially $785 million contract to support the U.S. Army Special Operations Command (USASOC), the company announced Tuesday.
CNBC Mad Money | November 11, 2021
CACI Highlighted as a Top Veteran Employer
On a special Veterans Day show, "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer stressed the importance of hiring veterans, saying it's the best way corporate America can honor their service to the country.
Forbes | November 10, 2021
Post-Pandemic Transformation Of Pentagon Processes Becomes Big Business For CACI
Fighting wars has a way of making America’s military rethink how it does business.
GovConWire | November 10, 2021
CACI Secures $785M Task Order for Army Special Ops Mission Support
CACI International (NYSE: CACI) has won a potential five-year, $785 million task order to develop information and electronic warfare platforms for the U.S. Army Special Operations Command to address emerging threats.
19FortyFive | November 10, 2021
Fire The Lasers? The U.S. Military Wants To Make Sure It Can Kill Enemy Drones
The greatest challenge facing the U.S. military may not be Chinese nuclear-tipped ballistic missiles or Russian hypersonic weapons. Rather, it may come from unmanned aerial systems (UASs), or drones, in the hands of foreign militaries or violent extremist groups. Unlike nuclear weapons, drones are being employed extensively in combat with profound effects. In the hands of violent extremists, they have been used to attack both military and civilian targets.
FedScoop | November 9, 2021
CACI wins $785M Army information warfare tech contract
Major defense contractor CACI has won a potential $785 million task order to provide electronic and information warfare technology and services to the Army’s special forces.
Homeland Security Today | November 5, 2021
CACI to Acquire SA Photonics
CACI International Inc has entered into an agreement to acquire Los Gatos, California-based SA Photonics, Inc., a specialist in the development and deployment of multi-domain photonics technologies for free space optical (FSO) communications.
Seeking Alpha | November 5, 2021
CACI International: An Unusual Way To Play The Cyberwarfare Game
CACI International showed interesting improvements in margins and revenue mix, with the pandemic boosting growth and backlog of orders.