The contract, for one base year and four option years, was awarded under the General Services Administration's Information Technology Schedule.
CACI will provide technical expertise in content management and delivery services, as well as web-application development. These technical services will allow members of the public to access many of the library's collections online.
Bill Fairl, CACI's president of U.S. operations, said leveraging the capabilities of proprietary and open source tools, CACI’s subject-matter experts provide scalable solutions for multiple requirements.
Paul Cofoni, CACI president and CEO, added:
“CACI is helping the Library of Congress protect our nation's heritage with groundbreaking solutions for information management and retrieval. Moreover, for federal agencies that seek to modernize systems and enhance efficiency, CACI innovations in data and knowledge management, and all our core capabilities, provide enterprise-wide value that helps meet mission goals and serve American taxpayers.“