CACI Awarded $133m in Contracts to Support National Security and Intelligence(Arlington, VA, August 3, 2009) - CACI International Inc (NYSE:CACI) announced today that it has been awarded approximately $133 million in previously unannounced contracts with federal government clients in the national security and intelligence communities. For these awards, CACI is delivering professional services and information technology (IT) solutions to organizations providing national security and countering global threats. These contracts were awarded in the fourth quarter of CACI's fiscal year 2009, which ended June 30, 2009.
Through these contracts, CACI is providing a range of technical solutions, analytical services, and mission support services. This includes providing document translation and exploitation services to help clients quickly and effectively analyze information to track and prevent terrorist attacks. Clients include members of both the defense and federal civilian intelligence communities.
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According to Bill Fairl, CACI's President of U.S. Operations, "CACI offers trusted and proven solutions to support critical missions in such areas as homeland security, defense and civilian intelligence, and law enforcement. Our uniquely qualified professionals enable us to provide a wide range of security and intelligence support services to help our clients counter threats both at home and abroad."
CACI President and CEO Paul Cofoni said, "CACI continues to provide innovative and high-value services and solutions that are essential to helping the federal government achieve its priorities in protecting our nation. Our intelligence business is a tremendous part of this support, and includes leading-edge IT solutions and operational support that provide the greatest value for our clients and the American taxpayer."
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Source : CACI International