CACI's surveillance and reconnaissance (S&R) team provides integration, development, and technical support services in support of intelligence, defense, and homeland security missions throughout the U.S. and around the world. We use system-of-systems engineering and integration, agile development and deployment, and end-to-end lifecycle support to deliver net-centric solutions that meet the needs of U.S. forces, combatant commands, the Intelligence Community (IC), the Department of Defense (DoD), the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and other government agencies.
CACI uses an innovative, mission-driven, technology-focused approach to manage hardware integration projects. We emphasize bringing cutting-edge technology and capabilities to bear on the complex problems inherent in the customer-specific mission. We apply our disciplined methodologies, along with our deep product development and integration experience, to rapidly identify and implement those innovative technological solutions that will best enhance the capabilities of our customers in the most rapid timeframe possible.
We have over 20 years of experience supporting Quick Reaction Capability (QRC) for DoD and IC customers. Through our experience implementing these processes on large-scale programs, we know how to combine steps, take actions in parallel, and move quickly to respond to urgent customer needs.
Our approach to S&R hardware integration focuses on four areas relevant to sensor system development and system evaluations:
We vary the emphasis and tailoring of our process depending on the nature of the project (QRC, Program of Record [POR], sensor experiment), as well as schedule and cost constraints.
Our customers rely on us for our right-skilled workforce’s mastery of engineering and life-cycle support disciplines. CACI provides our customers:
Our approach to S&R hardware integration applies formal systems engineering practices augmented by experimentation, modeling and hands-on prototyping of system concepts. Formal systems engineering practices form the basis for our efforts, and we tailor our approach for the specific program requirements.
CACI provides rapidly deployable technology and capabilities in the domains of airborne ISR, ground ISR, maritime ISR, and cyber ISR. Our analytic and mission support capabilities span the full spectrum and include multi-intelligence distributed analysis, technical collections, modeling/simulation, technology applications development, and support to intelligence exploitation operations.
We provide rapid response services in support of military missions in coordinated and controlled operational settings; support military efforts to ensure delivery and sustainment of integrated, enterprise-wide ISR programs; and integrate sensors, mission applications, and systems that connect with Department of Defense (DoD) and other federal government networks.
Our key functional areas include:
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CACI's survivable state-of-the-art systems can withstand the most arduous environmental conditions while performing at full operational capability. We offer solutions tailored to fit the most demanding requirements, from supporting airborne reconnaissance platforms and mast-mounted route-clearance systems to training of ground vehicle-mounted and soldier-borne target acquisition systems.
MASINT Collection and Exploitation
For more than 25 years, CACI has supported Measurement and Signature Intelligence (MASINT) programs and systems. As one of the industry's leading sources of MASINT innovation, we support significant programs with a full spectrum of technology and analytic services. Our highly trained MASINT professionals rapidly model new collection systems, operational environments, and analytic methods. Additionally, we develop analytic tradecraft through worldwide collaboration with CACI teams, industry partners, and government sponsors.
CACI's programmatic management approach ensures efficient control of performance, schedule, and cost. We have an exceptional track record managing complex task orders on large contract vehicles such as the Army Strategic Services Sourcing (S3), Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Solutions for Intelligence Analysis (SIA), and Rapid Response – Third Generation (R23G) efforts. CACI uses a performance-based management approach and conducts reviews with government customers to ensure satisfactory service is maintained.
Research and Development Labs
CACI provides robust R&D developmental capabilities in support of national security missions. We maintain facilities to meet a broad spectrum of design, development, prototyping, and LRIP solutions in support of diverse ISR global requirements. These include: