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$81M to CACI to Support C4ISR Consolidation at Aberdeen Proving Ground

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CACI International received an $81 million task order from the US Army to support the consolidation of Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) resources to the Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland. CACI will assist in consolidating C4ISR resources from Fort Monmouth, NJ; Fort Belvoir, VA; Eatontown, NJ; Huntsville, AL; and Fort Knox, KY, to Aberdeen as required by the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) Commission. The company’s support includes the planning/preparation, disassembly, transport, and synchronized reconstitution of components involving information technology, systems engineering, and network automation… The CACI team will provide overall project management, client interface and relationship management, and coordinated technical execution of all work elements. The consolidation will involve more than 120 communications, electronics research, and development laboratories; 100,000 pieces of communications-electronics test equipment, IT equipment, and other components; design, fabrication, and integration facilities; and classified equipment and technology. The company has been supporting technical work at the facilities involved in the consolidation for over 20 years and offers institutional knowledge of lab operations and supported programs.

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