CACI to provide lifecycle support for US Navy’s C4ISR systems

23 April 2014 (Last Updated April 23rd, 2014 18:30)

CACI International has been contracted to offer lifecycle support for command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance systems (C4ISR) to the US Navy's Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific (SSC Pacific) Security Systems Branch.

CACI International has been contracted to offer lifecycle support for command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance systems (C4ISR) to the US Navy's Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific (SSC Pacific) Security Systems Branch.

Under the $42m multiple-award deal, CACI will offer lifecycle sustainment, integration, acquisition and technical support for the Naval Electronic Surveillance Systems (NESS) for a three-year period, with two one-year options, which would bring the value to $71m.

CACI chief operating officer and US Operations president John Mengucci said: "This contract supporting C4ISR systems ... leverages CACI's in-depth expertise in lifecycle sustainment, integration, acquisition and technical support.

"Our work will aid federal agencies in detecting, identifying and thwarting potential global and domestic threats to our nation's security."

"Our work will aid federal agencies in detecting, identifying and thwarting potential global and domestic threats to our nation's security," Mengucci said.

The contract also involves offering lifecycle support for the Department of Defense (DoD)'s Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP) electronic surveillance systems and other government agencies, including the Department of Homeland Security.

CACI president and chief executive officer Ken Asbury said: "CACI's new work with the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific supports one of our government's highest priorities - to protect our nation's people, facilities and equipment."

Prior to the current agreement, CACI also supported AT/FP programmes, including the US Army's Genesis III and the US Coast Guard's International Port Security and Assessments.

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