Army Intelligence Center drafts CACI for support

Students attending the University of Military Intelligence at the Army Intelligence Center in Fort Huachuca, Ariz., will benefit from behind-the-scenes administrative and technology operations delivered under a new contract awarded to CACI International Inc.

The Arlington, Va., company won a $156 million contract from the Army Intelligence Center to deliver IT systems support services. The eight-month contract has four option years.

CACI will provide the university with mission-critical IT, training and courseware development. The scope of work includes updating the content of courses, supplying newer software and secure servers and assisting with legacy courseware upgrades.

The company will help the Intelligence Center manage the enrollment, examination, and award of credit for military intelligence training. In addition, the company will furnish IT support to other technology-based initiatives within the center.

The award, which was made to Information Support Systems Inc. shortly before the completion of CACI's acquisition of ISS, brings a new client to CACI.

William Welsh is the deputy editor of Government Computer News' sister publication, Washington Technology.

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William Welsh is a freelance writer covering IT and defense technology.

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