ARLINGTON, Va., May 29 (UPI) -- Technical and engineering services to the U.S. Navy's Submarine Launched Ballistic Missile program is continuing for CACI under a $23 million task order.
The work for the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division in Dahlgren, Va., involves maintaining software used for the Navy's ballistic and cruise missiles. The contract has a one-year base performance period with two one-year options.
"CACI's extensive experience and 20-year record of outstanding performance in the submarine ballistic missile community makes us an excellent fit to support the U.S. Naval Surface Warfare Center in Dahlgren," said Dan Allen, CACI president of U.S. Operations.
"We will provide quick-reaction tactical capabilities that will help the Navy most effectively maintain and upgrade its submarine missile fire control systems."
Under the contract, CACI will provide life-cycle support services to ensure Navy-developed fire control software is delivered error free and on time.
NSWC Dahlgren is a specialty site for weapon system integration. Among its programs is support for the Trident submarine fire control systems.
The contract to CACI was awarded under a SeaPort-e contract vehicle that CACI won in 2004.