Computer Sciences, CACI in Army Contract
Computer Sciences Corp. and CACI International Inc. said they won parts of an Army information technology contract valued at as much as $20 billion over the next nine years.
The contract calls for providing a range of technology services to support the Army, including securing systems, maintenance work, education and training, the companies said in separate statements. Nine other companies also won pieces of the larger award, they said.
El Segundo-based Computer Sciences, the fifth-largest computer services firm, said its contract was valued at $2 billion if all options were exercised. Arlington, Va.-based CACI, a supplier of interrogators to the Army, also won a three-year award with three two-year options.