CACI International will provide the U.S. Central Command with counter narco-terrorism support across the command’s area of responsibility under a $62.5 million contract awarded through the Rapid Response 3rd Generation vehicle.
Ken Asbury, CACI president and CEO, said Tuesday that the contract extends the company’s work on CENTCOM’s counter narco-terrorism mission, which aims to combat terrorism and drug trafficking and their impact on the U.S.
CACI said it has supported this program for five years with program management, training and logistics services as well as subject matter personnel from military and civilian agencies.
The company added this contract extension falls under CACI’s integrated security portfolio.
CENTCOM’s counter narco-terrorism program covers Afghanistan and other countries in Central Asia.