The Army's Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineer Center's Command and Control Directorate awarded a $62 million contract to Virginia-based CACI to support the Quick Reaction and Battle Command Support Division prototyping and emerging technology development.
Officials say CACI will provide technical and engineering support, including computer-aided virtual prototyping, among other services, at the Marine Corps mobile testing and repair facility and also at the Army mobile command posts.
"CACI brings a great track record to our support for the Quick Reaction and Battle Command Support Division," Bill Fairl, CACI president of U.S. operations, said in a statement.
"Our team's deep functional understanding of the division's highly complex and unique engineering efforts ensures minimal risk and high-quality technical support for this important client."
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