CACI International‘s computer and audio forensics laboratory in Alexandria, Virginia, has received accreditation from the American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors and the Laboratory Accreditation Board-International based on testing and calibration requirements as well as industry standards.
The company said Tuesday the accreditation covers CACI Digital Forensics Laboratory’s management, personnel, facilities, equipment, quality systems and procedures.
“The accreditation . . . is a clear demonstration of our commitment to industry-recognized levels of excellence,” said Ken Asbury, CACI’s president and CEO.
The CACI Digital Forensics Laboratory, part of the company’s investigation and litigation support services, was built for the forensic processing of digital evidence for investigations, litigation, eDiscovery, cyberspace and intelligence, CACI said.
Other services include case consulting, evidence preservation and collection, expert witness testimony and specialized data recovery, among others.
The ASCLD/LAB accreditation program is intended to bolster continuous quality improvement and operational performance of lab facilities.