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CACI awarded massive JIDO IED contract

December 12, 2016 (Photo Credit: Sgt. Kalie Jones/Army)
CACI has been awarded a task order, valued at up to $1.7 billion, to support the Joint Improvised-Threat Defeat Organization (JIDO).

Under the five-year task order, part of the General Services Administration OASIS contract, CACI will provide deployable analytical operations, integrated intelligence and training to JIDO, according to a CACI news release.

"The CACI team will support JIDO’s critical Focused Support/Decisive Effort mission by assisting joint forces in integrating capabilities, technologies, and processes to disrupt and defeat enemy networks in locations around the globe," the company said.

"Our globally deployed team provides time-sensitive support and sophisticated intelligence fusion technologies that have proven to be highly effective in saving lives and enabling our combatant commands to stay ahead of complex and growing threats," CACI CEO John Mengucci said.
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