CACI International Inc. has been awarded a $91 million Army task order for support of airborne ISR systems.

Under the four-year task order, awarded under the Rapid Response-Third Generation (R23G) contract vehicle, CACI will support the Army’s Communications-Electronics Research, Development, and Engineering Center Flight Activity (CERDEC CFA).

“CACI will provide CFA with airborne platform systems integration, maintenance, and training and operations support for surveillance and reconnaissance missions. CACI will further provide services in the areas of electronic and mechanical engineering design, prototype development, and all facets of training, platform maintenance, flight and ground operations, including OCONUS [outside continental United States] deployment and integrated logistics support,” according to a company news release.

CACI will also support the design and testing of new technologies, including radio frequency, electro-optical, thermal, radar and acoustic systems.

“CACI has enjoyed a long relationship supporting CERDEC’s Flight Activity with innovative systems engineering and integration solutions, coupled with quick reaction capabilities,” said company chief operating officer John Mengucci.

“We leverage this experience with specialized engineering design, integration and testing expertise that enables CERDEC to rapidly deploy next-generation sensor system technologies to their Defense Department customers.”