CACI Awarded Potential $125 Million Task Order to Support Integrated Business Systems for U.S. Navy Military Sealift Command
8 January 2019
CACI International Inc announced today that it has been awarded a potential $125 million task order to support integrated business systems for the U.S. Navy’s Military Sealift Command (MSC). This five-year contract, awarded under the CIO-SP3 contract vehicle, represents both new and continuing work in CACI’s Logistics and Material Readiness market area.
MSC replenishes U.S. Navy ships, conducts specialized missions, strategically pre-positions combat cargo at sea, and moves military cargo and supplies for deployed U.S. forces and coalition partners. Under this task order, CACI will design, develop, implement, and maintain MSC’s systems that provide continuous logistics support to the Navy, civilian mariners, and Joint Forces.
Ken Asbury, CACI’s President and Chief Executive Officer, said, “CACI is committed to delivering technologies and solutions that advance modernization and enhance readiness for the U.S. Navy and Military Sealift Command. Our logistics professionals will develop and maintain the critical ashore and afloat systems, to support the Military Sealift Command’s critical role in America’s national defense.”
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