Logistics contract worth $48 million to manage weapons and ordnance for U.S. Navy awarded to CACI Int'l.

ARLINGTON, Va. National-security IT provider CACI International has won a $48 million task order to provide engineering and technical related services (ETRS) to the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Indian Head Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology Division.

The five-year, single-award contract -- awarded under the U.S. Navy’s SeaPort II Omnibus Engineering and Technical Support Services contract vehicle -- is a continuation of CACI's engineering services work in in the company's surveillance and reconnaissance business area.

Under the terms of the contract, CACI will support the Navy division’s Picatinny Detachment, which manages gun weapons systems, ammunition, packaging, handling, storage, and transportation of ordnance materials. CACI is tasked with providing technical systems engineering analysis, engineering studies, test and evaluation support, and integrated product support for multiple gun weapons systems; it will also provide engineering, technical, and logistics support services to the programs responsible for acquiring, managing, storing, transporting, and deploying all conventional naval ammunition and missile weapon systems.