CACI International has won a $138 million single-award mission expertise task order to continue to provide tactical communications engineering and maintenance support services to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
The TACCOM program provides critical voice communications capabilities for the ICE mission.
“CACI is committed to supporting our federal law enforcement officers and first responders who protect our national security,” said CACI President and CEO John Mengucci. “Decades developing and supporting tactical communications enables us to deliver the most advanced technology and capability to those who dedicate their lives to this important mission.”
Awarded under the TACCOM II indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract, this task order expands the scope and size of the company’s support to ICE. CACI will provide system lifecycle development and maintenance activities in accordance with the Department of Homeland Security’s system engineering lifecycle.
As part of this effort, CACI will also provide preventative and corrective maintenance for fixed infrastructure sites throughout the U.S. and rapid response for any outages affecting portable and mobile radios used by ICE personnel.
CACI will also support the agency’s modernization efforts through financial and program management support.