CACI To Support US Naval Air Warfare Center's Communications Capability

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  • 03:59 PM, September 21, 2015
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CACI International has won a $63.5 million bridge contract from the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD) to continue its support for NAWCAD’s Special Communications Mission Solutions (SCMS) Division.

Under the 20-month contract, CACI will support SCMS efforts that include quick-reaction capabilities in the subset of command, control, computers, communications, intelligence (C4I) electronic systems and interoperability.

The company announced today that it will be involved throughout all stages of development. Starting with design, prototyping, fabrication, and installation, CACI will continue contributing expertise through certification, testing, and maintenance.

“By rapidly producing prototypes of critical electronics and equipment, CACI continues to assist the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division in enhancing the accuracy of their development and zeroing in on the functionality required to support their mission.” John Mengucci, CACI’s Chief Operating Officer and President of US Operations said.

“This work for the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division continues CACI’s legacy of support in developing new technology to quickly and securely deliver vital information that safeguards our troops and gives them a decisive edge” CACI President and Chief Executive Officer Ken Asbury said.

NAWCAD SCMS supports research and development, engineering, test and evaluation of all U.S. Navy and Marine Corps air vehicle systems and trainers. NAWCAD SCMS products and services include fixed, transportable and mobile systems for platforms such as shipboard, aircraft/airborne and weapon systems, to be placed on small crafts, boats, shelters, or vehicles.

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