CACI wins $48M FEMA contract
Arlington company to work on National Public Warning System
The Federal Emergency Management Agency awarded Arlington-based federal technology contractor CACI International Inc. a potential $48 million contract to work on the agency’s National Public Warning System (NPWS), according to a System for Award Management (SAM) notice.
The NPWS disseminates information and warnings during national emergencies.
CACI will construct, decommission, update and provide environmental and historical preservation evaluation support for the warning system and sustainment services for the system’s technical services center under the contract, according to the SAM notice published Friday.
CACI has also provided services for the FEMA warning system under a $90 million contract awarded in 2015. This contract has a one-year base period and four option years, according to the SAM notice.
The company has not yet released further information about the contract.
Founded in 1962, CACI specializes in enterprise and mission technology. The company has approximately 23,000 employees and is on the Fortune 1000 list.