$125M to CACI for Army Fire Support System Software Engineering

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CACI International in Arlington, VA received a $125 million task order to provide the U.S. Army’s Communications-Electronics Command’s (CECOM) Fires Software Engineering Division (FSED) with software engineering support for fielded fire support systems. The award, for 1 base year and 2 option years, was competitively awarded under the Army’s Strategic Services Sourcing (S3) contract vehicle. The task order brings the total amount of S3 awards to CACI to nearly $2 billion. DID has more on the FSED and the CACI team… FSED is responsible for providing software engineering support for U.S. Army and other DoD organizations that are developing command and control, target acquisition, meteorological, fire direction, and fire control software systems. The organization supports fielded fire support systems through software enhancement, maintenance, fielding, and post-fielding support. CACI’s team consists of primary subcontractors Technology Service Corporation and Techrizon, and other team members. The companies will provide system and software engineering support services for a variety of field artillery and fires systems including command and control, fire support, meteorological measuring systems, several variations of Firefinder Radar Systems, and Lightweight Counter Mortar Radar systems.

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