CACI to Integrate Army Reserve, Mission Command Simulation Systems; Dan Allen Comments

Dan Allen

CACI International has won a $31 million task order to provide simulation and training services to the U.S. Army Reserve Command on the Mission Command Training Support program, the company announced Monday.

The task order includes one base year and two option years and was issued against the Operations, Planning, Training and Resource Support Services II contract vehicle, known as OPTARSS II.

“This new work with the U.S. Army Reserve Command grows CACI’s training capabilities and increases our footprint in our C4ISR market,” President and CEO Dan Allen said.

“Demonstration of our success in pursuing new business that aligns with our nation’s highest priorities – in this case, assuring mission readiness for our armed forces.”

The company will integrate the Reserve Command’s live, virtual and constructive simulations with Army Mission Command systems to give commanders situational awareness of unit activities and capabilities in theater.

CACI provides pre- and post-mobilization training support, including scenarios for battle simulations, to the Reserve Command and integrates these scenarios with digital systems, networks and infrastructure.

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