CACI International has won a 7-year single-award indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity mission technology contract called Spectral with the U.S. Navy’s Naval Information Warfare Systems Command.
The IDIQ has a $1.2 billion ceiling.
“We are proud the U.S. Navy selected CACI to develop and deploy the next-generation of shipboard signals intelligence and electronic warfare capabilities,” said John Mengucci, CACI president and CEO.
The Navy’s Spectral mission is to provide rapid capability enhancements for tactical mission operations. Under this contract, CACI will leverage its software development and electromagnetic spectrum capabilities to develop the Navy’s next-generation shipboard signals intelligence, electronic warfare and information operations weapon systems.
“Our strategy to invest ahead of customer need sets us apart from our competition and allows us to provide the most advanced technology, enabled by software, at the speed of ever-accelerating threats,” Mengucci said. “We are honored to support the Navy to ensure dominance in all environments and against all adversaries.”
CACI’s open-architecture approach will also provide the Navy with continuous software enhancement to support the department’s need for rapid, informed and accurate decision-making.
“We will use our decades of innovative software experience, world-class Agile software development, and DevSecOps to converge SIGINT, Cyber and EW into scalable, networked, and distributed warfighting capabilities that outpace evolving threats,” said Todd Probert, president of national security and innovative solutions at CACI.