CACI to Continue Providing DAI Support Services Through $258M DLA Task Order
The Defense Logistics Agency has awarded CACI International a three-year, $258 million task order to expand its enterprise technology support and continue modernization efforts at the Defense Agencies Initiative program office.
Under the contract, CACI will support cost accounting, user management, budget-to-report, budget formulation and other DAI process areas. The company will also improve the organization’s processes and procedures by integrating new technologies, software and DevSecOps at scale.
Work will be performed primarily in Virginia and Washington, D.C., CACI said Tuesday.
According to John Mengucci, president and CEO of CACI and a 2022 Wash100 winner, the company has been working with DAI to improve business processes. The DAI task order consolidates seven contracts into one vehicle. It supports 27 DOD agencies with up to 73,000 current users. DAI is expected to have around 88,000 users after planned future deployments.
The task order is under the DLA’s J6 Enterprise Technology Services indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.
CACI has been supporting DAI since 2009 and has provided technology solutions on four different task orders that support the development, deployment, integration, sustainment and modernization of commercial off-the-shelf products. The company also provides the organization with traceable, transparent and compliant processes.
CACI offers digital solutions, C4ISR, cyber and space, engineering services, enterprise IT and mission support services to defense, intelligence and civilian clients. It is headquartered in Reston, Virginia, and has multiple offices across the U.S.
Category: Defense and Intelligence
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