CACI's bigger picture for its space investments

The way CACI sees it, these moves are not about its next fiscal year or even the one after that.

How the Air Force stuck with CACI for $5.7B IT contract

The company hired three former Air Force officials as part of its pursuit, but a conflict-of-interest investigation indicated that none of them brought insider information with them.

This court case could further shape commercial tech requirements in contracts

Percipient.AI says it has the right commercial data analytics tool for a National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency program and wants a federal judge to ensure it joins the prime contractor's team.

CACI clears protest hurdle to claim $5.7B Air Force IT contract

After two rounds of challenges from Peraton, CACI International wins a favorable protest ruling that means the company can book the largest award in its six-decade history.

CACI court filing alleges lack of transparency by the Army

CACI International claims it did not have a chance to fully defend itself against conflict-of-interest allegations and otherwise would have stayed eligible for a $7.9 billion Army hardware contract.

CACI leans on courts to regain eligibility for $9B in Army contracts

The company claims it was unfairly eliminated from the competitions for an encryption contract and a hardware contract.

Peraton keeps up fight for $5.7B Air Force enterprise IT contract

This protest battle is in its final weeks as Peraton continues to raise new challenges over the award.

CACI's fight for $500M DIA contract is over

CACI International's second protest of the award has been denied and the company has little recourse to continue the argument.

NSA again chooses CACI for $2.4B award and protestors return

The National Security Agency has now twice chosen CACI International for the network analysis contract and is now facing a second round of protests.

Accenture drops out of battle for $5.7B Air Force contract

One protest remains active for this enterprise IT contract that looks like it will go all the way to a decision.

Lack of OCI processes sinks CACI's bid for $8B Army contract

CACI International may have told the Army that a former source selection officer did not share proprietary information, but the company did not explain any processes it had in place to mitigate a possible organizational conflict-of-interest.

Workforce issues stay top of mind for GovCon execs

No matter the size of their business, government contractors see people and workforce issues as among the most pressing they face.

Senior execs voice little concern about possible defense cuts

The leaders of Northrop Grumman and CACI International describe budget cut talk as "noise" emanating from Capitol Hill given the seriousness of national security threats.

Senior execs to bring 2023 trends into focus at our next Power Breakfast

Executives from large, small and mid-sized businesses will share their views on the opportunities and challenges for the year ahead as we kick off our 2023 series of WT Power Breakfasts.

WT 360: Jack London's success driven by curiosity, integrity and entrepreneurship

Jennifer London, wife of the late Jack London, shares the lessons that CACI International's longtime leader learned during his career and what those lessons can teach everyone.

CACI again wins $5.7B Air Force contract, but new protests follow

The service branch is trying to award its enterprise IT-as-a-service contract for a second time.

Incumbents win parallel $2.25B background investigation support recompetes

The Defense Department agency responsible for background investigations is moving to a new case processing system as part of the larger "Trusted Workforce 2.0" push.