CACI International has won a $70 million task order to continue providing information technology and software development support to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the company announced Wednesday.
This award, issued through the General Services Administration‘s Alliant vehicle, continues the company’s five-year working relationship with HUD’s office of community planning and development.
“This award grows CACI’s work in our enterprise IT market segment and continues our support for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s efforts to expand economic opportunities and better the lives of our nation’s citizens,” President and CEO Dan Allen said in the release.
The CPD office administers programs with more than $7 billion in community development and assistance grants annually and the company has helped implement several of the office’s grant management systems.
In August, the company won an Alliant task order from the Securities and Exchange Commission to convert electronic documents into formats used by SEC attorneys to prepare for legal cases.
Those formats are also used to inspect a computer system and its contents for evidence.