San Antonio Business Journal | April 2, 2020
South Texas Military Contracting Roundup: JBSA is replacing its finger print scanners in response to COVID-19
Four contracts were awarded last week that have a connection to South Texas, including a $27.48 million IT support services contract to Viriginia-based CACI International, Inc. (NYSE: CACI) that will support three bases, including Joint Base San Antonio's Lackland Air Force Base -- a base where the company has a nearby office located at Port San Antonio.
Satnews Daily | March 25, 2020
SATCOM Services + U.S. Africa Command Contracts Assigned to CACI
CACI Inc. has been awarded $180,336,750 for a single award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, performance based, cost-plus-fixed-fee, level-of-effort contract (N65236-20-D-8003) to provide special operations communications systems, satellite communications (SATCOM) and network support services.
GovConWire | March 23, 2020
CACI Receives $83M Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Support Task Order
CACI International (NYSE: CACI) has secured a potential $83.1M task order from the U.S. Navy to provide administrative, engineering, managerial and technical support services to Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery, Maine.
The company will help the branch manage its Ships Availability Planning and Engineering Center as well as deep submergence and non-nuclear waterfront systems, the Department of Defense said Friday.
Work is initially scheduled to conclude in March 2021 and also covers administrative, engineering, planning, deficiency resolution and technical support to Naval Sea Systems Command.
Washington Technology | March 18, 2020
CACI's push for bigger contracts years in the making
As companies grow, they often talk about the need to bid and win ever larger pieces of business to keep expanding. Instead of the $50 million contract, they chase the $100 million. Then instead of $100 million, they go for $500 million, and so on.
But it takes more than talk to move up the food chain. It takes a focus, it takes investment, and it takes making hard decisions. Even then it may not show a return.
CACI International started this transition several years ago and several of its wins of the last couple years show that the strategy is paying off.
WashingtonExec | March 18, 2020
CACI Lands $249M Task Order with AFRICOM
CACI International has been awarded a 6-year, single-award task order to provide operations, planning and training support to U.S. Africa Command.
With a ceiling value of nearly $249 million, the task order calls for CACI to provide high-level mission expertise to AFRICOM, its component commands and partners. CACI experts at AFRICOM headquarters in Germany and across Africa will assist the command with planning and executing peacetime, crisis, and contingency operations.
CACI will also use collaboration tools and techniques to increase efficiency and effectiveness.
GovConWire | March 17, 2020
CACI Gets $249M Africom Support Task Order; John Mengucci Quoted
CACI International (NYSE: CACI) has secured a potential six-year, $249M task order to provide mission support to U.S. Africa Command, components and partners.
The company said Monday its professional assigned at Africom headquarters in Germany and facilities throughout Africa will help command personnel plan and manage contingency, peacetime and crisis response operations.
The order also involves support for Africom's communications, decision-making and risk mitigation processes.
Washington Business Journal | March 6, 2020
Largest Government Technology Contractors in Greater D.C.
- Rank: 4
- Company: CACI International, Inc.
- Metro-Area Employees: 7,566
- Stock Market Ticker: NYSE: CACI
- Total Employees: 23,000
- 2019 Revenue: $4.99 billion
- Percent Of Revenue From Government Sales: 95%
- HQ: Arlington, VA
- Top Local Executive: J.P. London, Executive Chairman, and John Mengucci, President/CEO
Washington Business Journal | March 3, 2020
Two incumbents join five newcomers on $990M defense intel contract
A litany of D.C. area contractors that includes Northrop Grumman Corp. (NYSE: NOC), Booz Allen Hamilton Corp. (NYSE: BAH), General Dynamics Corp. (NYSE: GD), CACI International Inc. (NYSE: CACI) and others will vie for task orders on the Defense Intelligence Agency’s massive new data collection contract.
The $990 million Data Science, Operations, Requirements, Exploitation and Engineering (DORE2) award calls on seven companies to provide services as part of a five-year indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract.
GovConWire | March 3, 2020
Seven Firms Land Spots on $990M DIA DORE2 Contract
Seven companies have won positions on a potential five-year, $990M indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to provide data collection and management support services for the Defense Intelligence Agency.
The awardees are:
- Applied Research Associates
- Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH)
- CACI International’s (NYSE: CACI) NSS subsidiary
- General Dynamics’ (NYSE: GD) information technology business
- Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC)
- Radiant Geospatial Solutions