CACI has been awarded a $34.5 million DHS task order to support U.S. border surveillance.

Under the Customs and Border Protection Air and Marine Operations Surveillance System (CBP AMOSS), CACI will continue to provide technology updates, operations and maintenance support, according to a CACI news release. The four-year task order was awarded under DHS’s Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading-Edge Solutions II contract vehicle.

“CACI will deliver new capabilities, software updates, and 24/7 operations and maintenance services for AMOSS,” the company said.

“The company will also continue to provide data analysis and analytics to the Air and Marine Operations Center, as well as evaluation, testing and integration of new technologies and sensor feeds into the AMOSS system.”

AMOSS provides real-time air and maritime surveillance of U.S. borders and portions of the Western Hemisphere.