CACI Awarded Navy IDIQ Satcom Contract

CACI command and control technology. Photo: CACI

CACI command and control technology. Photo: CACI

The U.S. Navy has awarded CACI Inc. a $180 million Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite-quantity (IDIQ)  performance based, cost-plus-fixed-fee, level-of-effort contract for special operations communications systems, satellite communications, and network support services. The contract was announced Tuesday, March 24. 

This contract will require command, control, communications, computers, combat systems, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance to exercise planning and evaluation, systems integration, operational systems, fielding, training, certification, maintenance, logistics, configuration management, systems engineering, network engineering, documentation and graphics support, program management, quality assurance and life-cycle sustainment management and support of deployable tactical satcom systems and military information, support operations and equipment for various joint warfighting customers at multiple locations within the global area of responsibility.  

Most of the work will be performed in Fayetteville, North Carolina, and the continental U.S. including Tampa, Florida. About 10% will be performed outside the continental U.S. The Navy expects the work to be completed by March 2025, but work may continue until September 2025.  The contract includes a five-year ordering period and one six-month option with the cumulative value of this contract being $199,486,199. The Naval Information Warfare Center Atlantic, in Charleston, South Carolina, is the contracting activity.

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