CACI Gets $188M Contract to Support PEO-LMW

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CACI International Inc announced today that it has been awarded a five-year, $188 million prime contract to support the U.S. Naval Sea Systems Command’s Program Executive Office for Littoral and Mine Warfare (PEO-LMW). The contract, which has a one-year base and four option years, calls for CACI to support a wide range of current and next-generation mine countermeasure programs and combat systems. What kinds of systems? The Program Executive Office for Littoral and Mine Warfare is the Navy’s central activity for developing, acquiring, and fielding capabilities such as those included on combat ships that clear mines, hunt submarines, and provide surface warfare capabilities. The office also manages programs in special warfare, maritime surveillance, explosive ordnance disposal, unmanned surface and undersea vehicles, and anti-terrorist protection for Navy ships while they are in or near port. For examples of the kinds of programs underway, see recent DID articles covering helicopter-based mine detectors that use lasers, simulations that help train nuclear attack submarine crews against terrorist attacks, the evolution of advanced underwater sensor nets, and more. Note that PEO-Ships would handle the Littoral Combat Ship acquisition program, but PEO-LMW would be involved in a number of the projects for its ancillary modules and […]

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