CACI International announced on 31 October the award of a five-year task order, with a ceiling value of nearly $907 million (€813 million) for new and continuing work on a US Army Intelligence and Security Command Global Intelligence Support Service contract task order to protect US forces in Afghanistan by providing intelligence operations and analytic support.

Under the task order, CACI intelligence and counterintelligence experts will continue to provide mission expertise in intelligence operations and analytic support from locations both within the United States and abroad, to support US operations in Afghanistan. CACI analysts will use industry-leading tools to more accurately and efficiently analyse intelligence for US Forces – Afghanistan/Resolute Support (USFOR-A/RS), including potential insider threats. US forces are part of the NATO-led coalition carrying out the Resolute Support mission.

CACI intelligence experts are prepared to use the most advanced intelligence analytical techniques and systems to protect our servicemembers and assets under the Resolute Support mission,” commented CACI President and CEO, John Mengucci.

Threat analysis – including those against convoys and ground transport – will undoubtedly be a key feature of the CACI International intelligence operations and analysis support for USFOR-A/RS. (Photo via Wikipedia)

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