CACI Awarded $88M Task Order to Support Army EW Software Engineering; John Mengucci Quoted

CACI Awarded $88M Task Order to Support Army EW Software Engineering; John Mengucci Quoted
John Mengucci

CACI International has secured a five-year, $88M task order to perform a range of technical services for U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command's Software Engineering Center.

The company said Wednesday it will provide the engineering support across software, systems and scientific activities of the center's Army Reprogramming Analysis Team program office.

The Army awarded the order under the Software and System Engineering Services Next Generation contract vehicle.

John Mengucci, president and CEO at CACI, said the company will offer electronic warfare expertise to “help support Army commanders across the full range of military operations to stay ahead of ever-evolving threat environments.“

The ARAT program office works to deliver EW system software and other technologies that support operations in the electromagnetic spectrum.

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