The potential five-year, $53 million contract includes one base year and four one-year options.
“Since the advent of global terrorism and asymmetric threats, ensuring government continuity at all levels has always been – and will continue to be – a national concern,” President and CEO Dan Allen said in a release.
Allen added this award is part of the company’s strategy to “pursue work in markets that match the priorities of the federal government.”
“With this new work supporting FEMA, CACI will provide a nexus of policy, operations, and technological support” to help national and state governments prepare for emergencies, Chief Operating Officer John Mengucci said.
Work under this contract covers:
- policy, operations, test, training and exercise programs
- software, systems and telecommunications engineering
- audit support and financial and internal controls.
Awardees will work with FEMA’s national continuity programs directorate, which works to continue essential government operations during emergencies and support government responses.
For more than four years, the company has worked with FEMA to implement a new public alert and warning system.