CACI Expanding Presence in Texas Technology Corridor; Kevin Kelly Quoted

Jeff Brody

CACI International announced on Tuesday that the company is expanding its presence in the Texas Technology Corridor by opening offices in Port San Antonio and Austin, Texas. CACI also plans to create new space in the Capital Factory technology incubation hub in Austin.

The company’s engineers and experts working in these new and expanded facilities will increase the company’s support of the cybersecurity and technology needs of the region’s defense, intelligence, academic, and civilian communities.

“CACI’s substantial investments in San Antonio and Austin further demonstrate our commitment to grow our support of our customers, including the Air Force’s cyber and C4ISR elements in Joint Base San Antonio, NSA in Texas, and the U.S. Army Futures Command based in Austin,” said Kevin Kelly, president of CACI’s National Security and Innovative Solutions sector. 

CACI will use the new 8,000-square-foot Port San Antonio facility to collaborate with the U.S. Air Force and other government customers in the region to provide research and development of full-spectrum cybersecurity and cyberspace solutions. In Austin, CACI recently opened a new 55,000-square-foot facility where a 200-person team supports signals intelligence and electronic missions conducted by the U.S. Army, Navy, and the intelligence community. 

These missions include ground-based processing stations for Naval Air Systems Command EP-3, P-8 and MQ-4C TRITON aircraft, as well as other signals intelligence capabilities.

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