CACI Awarded $122 M Prime Contract to Support Naval Aviation Enterprise and Surface Warfare Enterprise
- New Work Implements Continuous Process Improvement to Enhance Force Readiness
CACI International Inc (NYSE:CACI) announced today that it has been awarded a $122 million prime contract for the Warfare Enterprise and Readiness Metrics Support initiative for the Naval Aviation Enterprise (NAE) and the Surface Warfare Enterprise. This five-year (one base and four option years) indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract is new work for CACI and advances the company's transformation initiatives to bring greater efficiency and economy to the federal government.
The contract enhances partnerships and coordination between key stakeholders from the Navy and Marine Corps to facilitate cooperation with other commands and resource providers. This collaborative partnership will establish a culture of continuous process improvement, improve decision making to optimize readiness and effectiveness for all forces, and generate the greatest possible efficiencies to reduce costs.
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CACI's subject matter professionals, information technology capability, and project management processes will help enhance communication and coordination across the enterprises to positively impact areas such as training, maintenance and supply chain management, and financial management. CACI has supported the enterprise concept for some 15 years, having developed the groundbreaking Naval Aviator Production Process program, the direct precursor to the NAE. Additionally, the company brings quality credentials to process improvement with a unique enterprise-wide CMMI® Maturity Level 3 rating for its U.S. Operations, which helps advance superior delivery of software and systems engineering and increases productivity, quality, and return on investment.
CACI Chief Operating Officer and President of U.S. Operations John Mengucci said, "With this win of the Warfare Enterprise and Readiness Metrics Support contract, CACI will leverage its 15-plus years of experience with the Naval Aviation Enterprise and combine it with improved concepts, processes, and tools. These elements will help enhance decision making to continue to drive down costs while sustaining required fleet readiness."
According to Dan Allen, CACI President and Chief Executive Officer, "This new contract with the Naval Aviation Enterprise and the Surface Warfare Enterprise sharpens our focus on helping to keep our Armed Forces better informed, coordinated, equipped, and mission ready. The work will be an integral component of advancing our presence in our logistics and material readiness and enterprise IT market segments."
Source : CACI International Inc.