CACI International has secured an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract to provide full-service automated test system support to the US Air Force (USAF).
Valued at $94m, the contract represents both new and continuing work in the company’s Logistics and Material Readiness market area.
The company will provide support services to the USAF 309th Electronics Maintenance Group, under the Automated Test System Sustainment Initiative (ATSSI).
The USAF group is responsible for repairing, overhauling and modifying various aircraft systems and components, and supports programmed depot maintenance and modification of aircraft weapon systems.
CACI president and chief executive officer Ken Asbury said: “CACI’s award to expand the size and scope of our support for the US Air Force’s Automated Test System Sustainment Initiative reinforces and further positions us as a key provider for our customers’ automated testing requirements.
“We are committed to helping our nation’s aerospace weapon systems deploy on schedule, on budget, and on mission.”
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The scope of the ATSSI contract covers integrating, upgrading, and consolidating computer-based analytical software tools. It also includes database repositories, test fixtures and programme sets, as well as associated network communications for aircraft.
CACI chief operating officer John Mengucci said: “CACI has delivered more than 130 common test systems to the USA. Our innovative and proven approach to full-service development and testing of network communications ensures efficiency and high-reliability for aircraft readiness.”
The company also provides common test system capabilities for aircraft maintenance across multiple legacy systems.