CACI Wins $43M to Provide State Dept. with IT Services

CACI-logoCACI International has won a $43.3 million contract to help improve information technology services to support the Bureau of Diplomatic Security missions at the U.S. State Department, according to a Washington Technology article.

The State Department awarded CACI the contract to provide development, modernization and enhancement of IT services necessary to implement the bureau’s law enforcement missions.

IT services will be delivered in the following areas:

  • program management
  • custom software development
  • software and product integration and configuration
  • quality management and assurance
  • testing

CACI’s work will involve technical, operations and administrative support and will also support numerous automated information systems.

This effort is expected to provide the bureau with an effective information resource management and will provide diplomatic security personnel and stakeholders with greater access and use of information.

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