Army awards satellite comm contract to CACI
- By Roseanne Gerin
- Aug 19, 2005
The Army has signed a seven-month task order worth up to $31 million with CACI International Inc. of Arlington, Va., to continue supporting the Army's Trojan satellite communications systems.
Under the new order, CACI will assist the Army with integrating, testing and deploying Trojan systems worldwide. The Intelligence and Information Directorate of the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Research Development and Engineering Center awarded the task order.
The Trojan systems let the Army manage and disseminate critical intelligence information. The systems include quickly deployable mobile communications systems that can be mounted on Humvees, aboard such aircraft as the C-130, or tailored to different types of operations. The systems connect tactical commanders in the field to decision-makers at the national and joint strategic intelligence levels.Army's signs logistics support deal with SRA
The Army has awarded a five-year, $26.8 million task order to SRA International Inc. won to provide logistics support services to the 101st Airborne Division, the company said.
The Fairfax, Va., company will provide services to enhance the readiness of the division's units.
Under the task order, which was won under the General Services Administration's Federal Supply Schedule, SRA will provide materiel management, consulting, systems integration, training and technical services for the Army Forces Command Contract Maintenance Facility for the 101st Airborne at Fort Campbell, Ky., and other locations.
SRA's team includes the Ginn Group Inc. of East Point, Ga., and XOtech LLC of Tyrone, Ga.