CACI Subsidiary to Support Army’s IED Training Organization

CACI International Inc.’s subsidiary CACI-WGI has been awarded a $7,045,717 contract by the U.S. Army, the Pentagon announced Dec. 23.

Under the cost-plus-fixed-fee contract, CACI will provide analytical support for the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization, which develops counter-IED training for the U.S. military.

JIEDDO is a non-Army program, which leads counter-IED efforts for the Pentagon and reports directly to the Deputy Secretary of Defense.

The Army also recently awarded Lockheed Martin a $53 million contract modification to support JIEDDO, and awarded prime positions to BAE Systems and SAIC Inc. on a $900 million contract to support JIEDDO.

Work will be performed in Vienna, Va. and is expected to end on Dec. 14, 2014.

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