Army Reserve IT work to be done by CACI

The Army Reserve awarded a four-year, $17 million task order to CACI International Inc. to support infrastructure assurance services for anti-terrorism activities around the world.

CACI of Arlington, Va., will evaluate critical infrastructure programs and procedures that help determine vulnerabilities to terrorist threats. This includes helping the Army Reserve Command gauge the effectiveness of anti-terrorism activities, assess programs, review defensive information operations and furnish intelligence analysis.

The task order was awarded under the Army Forces Command Operations, Planning, Training and Resources Support Services contract.

CACI supports the Army Reserve Command in other areas, and previously had developed its Defense Information Operation scans, a data storage and retrieval system.

Roseanne Gerin is a staff writer for Government Computer News' sister publication, Washington Technology.

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