CACI Awarded $73 Million to Provide Systems and Computer Engineering to Naval Surface Warfare Center
24 January 2019
CACI International Inc announced today that it was awarded a $73 million prime contract to provide computer program engineering services to the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division . The five-year contract is an outcome of CACI’s recent acquisition of the Systems Engineering and Acquisition Support Services Business Unit.
NSWCDD develops, tests, and certifies advanced naval warfare technology. Under the contract, CACI will assist NSWCDD with systems and computer engineering, research and development, integration, and deployment support for surface warfare systems. The company’s expertise in virtualization – which includes developing virtual copies of complex systems – enables the Navy to assess the effects of adding new software and capabilities to surface warfare vessels prior to deployment.
John Mengucci, CACI’s Chief Operating Officer, said, “In an increasing hostile global environment, the Navy has an ongoing need to maintain maritime superiority and stay ahead of evolving threats. CACI not only enables the Navy to rapidly field powerful new capabilities, our use of cutting-edge technology significantly lowers their cost of doing so.”
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