CACI announced that it has been awarded a $33.6 million task order to provide information operations as well as engineering, technical, and programmatic support services for the Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane Division’s (NSWC Crane) Irregular Warfare Technologies Division. This task order represents new business for CACI and is for a three-year base period plus two option years. It falls under the U.S. Navy’s Seaport-e Engineering, Technical, and Programmatic Support Services contract. Located in Crane, Indiana, NSWC Crane is a shore command of the U.S. Navy. It uses the power of technology to support U.S. forces in three focus areas: special missions, strategic missions, and electronic warfare/information operations. The Irregular Warfare Technologies Division, which is part of the Joint Special Operations Response Department, serves a variety of federal and Department of Defense customers.
On this task order, CACI will support NSWC Crane by providing design, development, acquisition, integration, modeling and simulation, and assessment of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) systems, ground-based electronic protection systems, signature management technologies, computer network systems, and threat detection systems.
Bill Fairl, CACI’s President of U.S. Operations, said, “CACI is uniquely suited to support the Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane’s Irregular Warfare Technologies Division. In addition to our long history of direct support to U.S. forces and the Irregular Warfare community, we also have a proven record of success in information operations, which is one of our core capabilities.”
According to Paul Cofoni, CACI President and Chief Executive Officer, “With this task order award, the Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane Division has demonstrated its confidence in CACI’s people, processes, technology, and solutions. We look forward to continuing our relationship with NSWC Crane as we offer mission-critical services in support of our nation’s forces and the U.S. Navy’s ongoing operations.”