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Dan Allen: CACI Expanding DHS Support Through $11B IDIQ

Dan Allen
Dan Allen

CACI International will compete to provide acquisition support services to the Department of Homeland Security under a potential $11 billion contract.

The company won its position under the contract’s program management, engineering and technology support services domain and will compete to help DHS plan and administer programs and projects, the company said Tuesday.

Eleven other companies won on domain one of the five-year Technical, Acquisition and Business Support Services contract (click over to GovCon Wire for more on the other awardees).

“We welcome this opportunity to expand our support in assisting the Department of Homeland Security mission, while at the same time advancing our presence in our established logistics and material readiness, C4ISR, and business system markets,” said Dan Allen, president and CEO.

Awardees will also compete to design, develop and field processes and systems related to engineering and technology for all 22 DHS agencies under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity vehicle.

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