USAFRICOM picks CACI for training
CACI International was awarded a six-year contract worth $249 million to provide operational, planning and training support to personnel at US Africa Command (USAFRICOM).
This will be the first time that CACI has worked directly with USAFRICOM.
John Mengucci, President and CEO of CACI said: ‘This contract represents new business for our company with a new customer, demonstrating CACI is prepared to support US servicemembers around the globe.’
CACI staff will work to support AFRICOM missions at its headquarters in Germany as well as on the ground across the African continent.
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