CACI Wins $54 Million Contract to Modernize Systems for State Department

Ken Asbury, President and CEO, CACI

CACI International yesterday was awarded a contract to modernize mission systems for the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Diplomatic Security. The five-year, $54 million contract calls on CACI to modernize the technology underlying the Bureau’s mission systems, which include software applications for case management, real-time situation reporting, and global security monitoring.

“This award from the Department of State broadens CACI’s presence in our Business System Solutions and Investigation and Litigation Support markets,” said Ken Asbury, president and CEO of CACI. “In partnership with the Bureau of Diplomatic Security, we will continue to support enhanced global security and safety for the 34,000 employees worldwide who work together to ensure the Department’s missions are carried out successfully and securely.”

CACI will work to increase collaboration and provide more effective information resource management, faster data reporting, and a more holistic picture of data.

“CACI offers proven operational excellence and innovative technology applications that assure the Department of State will meet its security goals cost-effectively and on time,” said John Mengucci, president and COO of CACI. “We are also helping the Department integrate systems that will deliver future benefits for both taxpayers and the government.”



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