December 8, 2023


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CACI Wins $83M Task Order to Support Portsmouth Naval Shipyard

CACI International Inc. CACI recently won a single-award task order for one base year and four option-years from the U.S. Navy to provide mission expertise, including planning maintenance and repair of submarines, to the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery, Maine. The contract is capped at $83 million.

CACI’s structural, mechanical, electrical and combat system expertise will help the Navy quickly and safely return submarines to the fleet. Notably, the company has developed the software tool — Shipyard Planning Engineering Automated Reports (SPEAR) — which is used by the Ships Availability Planning and Engineering Center to conduct its planning.

CACI International, Inc. Price and Consensus

CACI International, Inc. Price and Consensus

CACI International, Inc. price-consensus-chart | CACI International, Inc. Quote

Contracts Keep Flowing

CACI has been winning record level of awards, which reflects its disciplined business development actions, consistent operational excellence and high customer satisfaction. The company’s reliability with contracts makes it a preferred choice among contractors.

Notably, in the last reported quarter, CACI secured several notable contracts. These included a five-year, $1.1-billion task order to provide advanced and full-lifecycle information technology support to enterprise and mission technologies

Contracts in the last reported quarter were worth $2.7 billion, up a whopping 108% year over year, of which approximately 60% came from new businesses.

In March, CACI won a $249-million, six-year, single-award task order to support U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) with its advanced mission expertise.

Moreover, in December last year, CACI won a $438-million, five-year, single-award task order to develop and support the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) programs and other technologies.

CACI has a large pipeline of new project
s and continues to win deals at regular intervals. Notably, as of Dec 31, 2019, its total backlog was $20.3 billion. These back-to-back wins are the key catalysts driving success perennially for the company.

Bright Prospects Despite Competition

Competition from Science Applications SAIC in the IT services space remains steady. CACI continues to win high-value contracts and received contracts worth $2.2 billion in its October quarter.

In the IT services industry, the company also competes with IBM IBM and Accenture ACN, which are considered among the top IT service providers in the world.

Nonetheless, we believe that the company is comfortably positioned in this space, given its favored relationship with the DoD. Moreover, cyberattacks are creating increased awareness, leading to more demand for cybersecurity solutions.

Per Mordor Intelligence, the global IT services market is expected to witness a CAGR of 26% over the next five years. This forecast bodes well for CACI, which is a key supplier in the global IT services market.

CACI currently has a Zacks Rank #2 (Buy). You can see the complete list of today’s Zacks #1 Rank (Strong Buy) stocks here.

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