CACI wins $414.1M Air Force contract for software engineering

The company will support software and systems that enable the Air Force's battlespace awareness and decision-making processes.

CACI International has won a $414.1 million Air Force contract to provide lifecycle software and systems engineering to support battlespace awareness.

The contract covers performance, research, and gathering of data and information process capabilities that support the Air Force’s decision-making processes.

Work will take place in Chantilly, Virginia; Omaha, Nebraska; and Reston, Virginia.

The contract runs through August 2028, according to the Defense Department’s contract digest. The competition was open to other bidders, but CACI is the only one that submitted a proposal.

The Air Force Research Laboratory in Rome, New York is managing the contract.