CACI International has received 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.

The four-year $59.8m contract has been awarded under the indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity multiple-award SPAWAR Pillar Business and Force Support contract vehicle.

Under the contract CACI will continue supporting SSC Atlantic in developing, implementing, and training users in the maintenance figure of merit (MFOM) programme.

The programme allows the navy to analyse the impact of ship maintenance tasks on mission readiness.

CACI COO and president of US operations John Mengucci said:"Drawing from our deep experience supporting the various legacy systems that feed and / or interface with the Maintenance Figure of Merit programme, CACI is leveraging our world-class modelling and simulation capabilities to aid the navy in most effectively applying ship maintenance resources."

"CACI is leveraging our world-class modelling and simulation capabilities to aid the navy."

CACI will support the navy in decision-making before investing time and money by providing solutions to simulate the impacts of maintenance operations.

Recently, CACI 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.

Under this five-year contract, CACI will be responsible for supporting the electro-optic technology division, part of NSWC Crane’s special warfare and expeditionary systems department.

The company currently offers information solutions and services to support national security missions and government transformation for intelligence, defence, and federal civilian customers.