CACI International awarded two contracts from U.S. Army totaling $237 million

CACI International, Inc., announced on October 8 the receipt of two contracts from the U.S. Army, totaling $237 million, for technology to support the Warfighter Information Network - Tactical.

The contracts will support the U.S. Army and the U.S. Marine Corps capability in-theatre and at command locations globally. CACI will be responsible for comprehensive fielding, sustainability and maintenance of the force's satellite facilities to help increase encrypted and open communications.

The award is an add-on to CACI's control, command, computers, communications, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance market and its Logistics and Material Readiness market.

The WIN-T network has approximately 1,000 terminals with international communication capabilities. CACI sees information capability as the prime component to combat success, since information allows commanders to make the best decisions about firepower, force protection and maneuverability in a variety of situations.

The communication terminals serve as vital components of the Army and Marine Corps' communication capability. They are critically important to the military units, allowing communication beyond-line-of-sight and networks for call for fire, medical emergencies and the secure exchange of information.

"This new work to support the Army's Warfighter Information Network-Tactical offers CACI the opportunity to ensure that the deployed forces' satellite communications remain highly reliable, in support of their vital missions," CACI Chief Operating Officer and President of U.S. Operation John Mengucci said. "We're pleased to deliver another essential service to expand our support for this valued customer."