Federal security, intelligence agencies award $243 million in contracts to CACI
CACI is providing professional services and information technology to organizations engaged in helping counter global threats and assuring national security, the company said.
All the contracts were awarded in the second quarter of CACI’s fiscal year 2008, which ended Dec. 31. For the full first half of CACI’s fiscal year 2008, the company has recorded approximately $462 million in awards of classified contracts.
CACI noted that its offerings under the contracts include knowledge management and document exploitation services as well as translation services, all of which aim to enable clients to capture, organize and share critical intelligence data. According to the company, CACI software tools are capable of categorizing and machine-translating vast collections of foreign language documents, then uploading them to databases that provide easy access for government decision-makers.
“Actionable intelligence is our nation’s first line of defense,” CACI President and CEO Paul Cofoni said. “We’re proud of the work we do in this highly specialized arena, and the expert professional services and information technology we bring to our clients’ important missions. These contract awards reflect our increased involvement with the intelligence community and our significant role as a national asset for national security.”