CACI International Inc. will provide electronic document discovery and computer forensics services to the Securities and Exchange Commission, the company announced Thursday.
The Arlington, Va.-based firm received a $33 million task order contract through the General Services Administration’s Alliant vehicle, adding new work to what the company has provided the SEC for nearly 10 years.
The new order is for one base year and four option years.
President and CEO Dan Allen said the company’s market strategy includes targeting areas such as investigation and litigation support.
“Over our many years working with the Securities and Exchange Commission, CACI has supported nearly 6,000 cases and projects,” Chief Operating Officer John Mengucci said in a release.
The company will work with the SEC’s enforcement division, which investigates potential securities law regulations, recommends appropriate commission actions and negotiates settlements.
Through e-discovery, the company will convert electronic documents into formats SEC attorneys will use to prepare their legal cases and inspect a computer system and its contents for evidence.