CACI Receives $80 Million Task Order from the U.S. Army for Aerial Intelligence and Surveillance

RESTON, Va .– CACI International Inc. has been given a task order of approximately $80 million to provide mission support to the U.S Army’s Intelligence and Security Command(INSCOM) and to the 116 th Military Intelligence Brigades (MIB) as part of the Army’s Solutions for Intelligence Analysis 3 effort (SIA-3). CACI will provide tactical intelligence and analysis to support the Army’s ever-changing aerial intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR), missions.

John Mengucci is the President and Chief Executive Officer of CACI. He stated, “CACI brings highly-skilled, cleared personnel with an unparalleled understanding of military intelligence operations. This task order will expand our support for INSCOM and provide additional expertise to ensure mission success. Our support includes critical geospatial intelligence and signals intelligence, across all domains, including air, land, and sea.

This task order will allow CACI to serve as a force multiplier, providing direct support to warfighters with technical, functional, and general support in gathering geospatial intelligence and signals intelligence (SIGINT), which will be used to support INSCOM (116th MIB) and INSCOM.

There is a one-year period for performance and four option periods of one year. The work will be done primarily at Ft. Gordon in Georgia.