CACI to continue its support to US Navy’s SCMS division

21 September 2015 (Last Updated September 21st, 2015 18:30)

CACI International has received a contract from the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD) to continue support for its special communications mission solutions (SCMS) division.

CACI International has received a contract from the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD) to continue support for its special communications mission solutions (SCMS) division.

Valued at $63.5m, this 20-month bridge contract will allow CACI to support SCMS efforts, which include quick-reaction capabilities in the subset of command, control, computers, communications, intelligence (C4I) electronic systems and interoperability.

CACI US Operations COO John Mengucci said: "By rapidly producing prototypes of critical electronics and equipment, CACI continues to assist the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division in enhancing the accuracy of their development and zeroing in on the functionality required to support their mission."

CACI's work under this programme will start with design, prototyping, fabrication, and installation and will continue contributing expertise through certification, testing, and maintenance.

"CACI continues to assist the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division in enhancing the accuracy of their development."

NAWCAD SCMS conducts research and development, engineering, test and evaluation of all the US Navy and Marine Corps air vehicle systems and trainers.

The products and services of this naval division include fixed, transportable, and mobile systems for platforms, such as shipboard, aircraft / airborne and weapon systems, which are designed to be placed on small crafts, boats, shelters, or vehicles.

In June, CACI received a task order to deliver modelling and analysis support services for the US Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SSC) Atlantic business portfolios.

In another development, the company also secured a $32m contract to deliver engineering and technical support to the Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) Crane Division's electro-optic (EO) technology unit in June this year.