CACI International [CACI] has received a four-year $34.5 million task order from Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to continue providing technology updates and operations and maintenance to the agency’s Air and Marine Operations Surveillance System (AMOSS).
The system is used by CBP’s Air and Marine Operations Center to provide a real-time air and marine surveillance picture of U.S. borders and a portion of the western hemisphere.
AMOSS integrates data from radars and sensor to detect, identify and track suspicious air and maritime traffic. The system includes a display that is capable of tracking over 50,000 individual aircraft and watercraft, and is also used in helping to coordinate disaster response.
“CACI’s expertise in developing sophisticated systems that integrate and display vast amounts of data from disparate sources enables our customers to predict and respond to incidents and threats in powerful new ways,” says John Mengucci, the company’s chief operating officer.
The task order was awarded under the Department of Homeland Security’s EAGLE II contract vehicle.