LGS Innovations is a technology company formed from the merger of Lucent Technologies (the parent company of Bell Laboratories) and Alcatel, a major French company. Its original purpose was to manage US government contracts given to Bell Labs before the merger occurred. In January 2019, CACI International (Consolidated Analysis Center, Incorporated, International) purchased LGS Innovations for $750 million.
LGS Innovations works to deliver mission-based solutions to the intelligence community and the United States Department of Defense. Major works include custom and commercial communications products, research and development, and support services to United States business sectors such as defense, intelligence, civilian agencies, state and local governments, and telecom customers. LGS Innovations also provides service solutions in the fields of wireless communication, signal processing, optical networking and photonics, RF spectrum operations, and routing and switching.
LGS Innovations supported NASA’s Integrated LCRD Low-Earth Orbit User Modem and Amplifier (ILLUMA). LGS developed a free-space optical modem that will fly aboard the International Space Station as part of a demonstrable end-to-end all-optical communications system. 
LGS Innovations currently supports NASA’s Orion EM-2 Optical Communications (O2O) project. The company is creating an optical modem that will allow two-way data communications with the Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle.  
In January 2018, LGS Innovations won a NASA contract to provide a laser transmitter for the Psyche asteroid DSOC mission. LGS’s contribution is an optical system that will send data and imagery to Earth from the craft orbiting Psyche.