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Thursday, Dec 8, 2016


Modernization of the Naval Tactical Command Support System

  • Work Will Continue Modernization of Legacy Supply Chain and Business Systems

CACI International Inc ( NYSE MKT: CACI ) announced today that it has been awarded a $60.7 million task order to continue its support for the modernization of the Naval Tactical Command Support System (NTCSS) for the U.S. Navy’s Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic (SSC Atlantic). The three-year task order under the Business and Force Support (BFS) Pillar contract vehicle represents continuing work for CACI’s Business Systems market area.

“This is a significant recompete win for CACI. It enhances our position as a leader within business system modernization. This award positions our company to continue to help the Department of Defense more effectively manage the business and logistics systems that keep our fleet supplied, equipped, and mission-ready.”

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The NTCSS is the set of systems the Navy uses both ashore and afloat to handle supply chain and logistics management. Installed at over 1,000 sites with 250,000 daily users, the system is essential to the smooth functioning of the Navy’s supply chain. Under the contract, CACI will continue to provide full life-cycle development and engineering support for business IT systems that manage supply, finance, personnel, and administration. As CACI modernizes the legacy systems, the Navy will be able to take full advantage of new software, hardware, and technology, while reducing cyber security vulnerabilities.

CACI Chief Operating Officer and President of U.S. Operations John Mengucci said, “We have a long history of supporting the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic through a wide range of solutions, and this contract win cements our leading position in helping modernize Department of Defense supply chain management systems.

Ken Asbury , CACI’s President and Chief Executive Officer, said, “This is a significant recompete win for CACI. It enhances our position as a leader within business system modernization. This award positions our company to continue to help the Department of Defense more effectively manage the business and logistics systems that keep our fleet supplied, equipped, and mission-ready.”

Source : CACI International Inc - view original press release

Published on ASDNews: Jul 14, 2016

 

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