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Information Warfare Directorate – Four Firms Get 3-Year $994.7M Contract

August 21/15: Four firms have been awarded a three-year $994.7 million IDIQ contract external link to support the Army’s Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate.

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CACI International received a $75 million task order to support the US Army’s Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center (CERDEC) Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate (I2WD) under the Technical Engineering Support Services (TESS) contract. CACI was awarded the 5-year, $900 million TESS contract on Aug 19/09. York Telecom Corp. and DSCI also were awarded TESS contracts. Under this task order, CACI will provide engineering and technical support to assist I2WD in developing and deploying US Army intelligence and information warfare systems. The contractor’s work for I2WD includes evaluations of commercial technologies, mission applications, and systems; enhancements of current systems; providing rapid response services in support of military missions in a coordinated and controlled operational setting; and supporting the directorate’s efforts to engineer, develop, test, and deploy prototype systems. The I2WD [pdf], located at Fort Monmouth, NJ, provides the US Army with intelligence and information warfare tools. It capability areas are: * radar/combat identification; * electronic warfare air/ground survivability equipment; * information and network operations; * signals intelligence; * modeling & simulation; * information fusion; * measurement and signatures intelligence; * electronic warfare countermeasures; and * intelligence dissemination. The CACI task order is for a base period of 2 years with […]
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CACI International received a $75 million task order to support the US Army’s Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center (CERDEC) Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate (I2WD) under the Technical Engineering Support Services (TESS) contract.

CACI was awarded the 5-year, $900 million TESS contract on Aug 19/09. York Telecom Corp. and DSCI also were awarded TESS contracts.

Under this task order, CACI will provide engineering and technical support to assist I2WD in developing and deploying US Army intelligence and information warfare systems.

The contractor’s work for I2WD includes evaluations of commercial technologies, mission applications, and systems; enhancements of current systems; providing rapid response services in support of military missions in a coordinated and controlled operational setting; and supporting the directorate’s efforts to engineer, develop, test, and deploy prototype systems.

The I2WD [pdf], located at Fort Monmouth, NJ, provides the US Army with intelligence and information warfare tools. It capability areas are:

* radar/combat identification;
* electronic warfare air/ground survivability equipment;
* information and network operations;
* signals intelligence;
* modeling & simulation;
* information fusion;
* measurement and signatures intelligence;
* electronic warfare countermeasures; and
* intelligence dissemination.

The CACI task order is for a base period of 2 years with 2 one-year options. CACI has supported the I2WD under TESS and prior omnibus service contracts for 21 years.

Update

August 21/15: Four firms have been awarded a three-year $994.7 million IDIQ contract to support the Army’s Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate.

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