CACI International reported Monday it had received $189 million in contracts last fiscal quarter from U.S. government intelligence community clients.
Details of the contracts weren't disclosed but CACI said they draw on the Virginia company's expertise in cyber intelligence, counterintelligence, geospatial intelligence, and signals intelligence.
"CACI's recent contract wins continue our momentum in growing our intelligence business, which is a foundational part of who we are as a company and now comprises 43 percent of our revenue," CACI President of U.S. Operations Dan Allen said.
"We are especially focused on providing our clients with the very best solutions to meet critical emerging needs in such areas as cyberspace and geospatial intelligence."
The contracts also reflect company strategy to diversify its intelligence work, Paul Cofoni, CACI president and chief executive officer, said.
CACI has more than 100 offices in the United States and Europe, providing professional services and IT solutions to government in defense, intelligence and homeland security sectors.