CACI awarded $11.3 million contract

CACI International has announced that it has been awarded an $11.3 million contract to support the Tactical Electronic Warfare Division’s Central Target Simulator at the US Naval Research Laboratory.

CACI International has announced that it has been awarded an $11.3 million contract to support the Tactical Electronic Warfare Division’s Central Target Simulator at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) based in Washington, D.C.

Under the terms of the contract, CACI will provide engineering design, development, and support services to enhance Navy capabilities in protecting the US Fleet.

According to a statement, the award, for one base year and four option years, expands the value of CACI’s commitment to the Navy and NRL, and strengthens CACI’s electronic warfare capabilities. Electronic warfare offerings are a key component of the suite of solutions CACI provides to the intelligence community, which is a strategic growth area for the company.

The NRL contract provides engineering development and support of existing hardware and software to help the Navy safeguard US Fleet assets.

CACI’s role is to define, simulate, and evaluate known threat systems, as well as those under development, and to support advanced technology to counteract these threats.