CACI Wins $190M Task Order to Support DoD IT Program

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John Mengucci, CACI

CACI International Inc. (CACI) announced March 6, 2017, that it has been awarded a three-year, six-month task order with a potential value of $190 million to support the Department of Defense’s Joint Service Provider (JSP) Information Technology Service Delivery Support Requirement program.

“CACI has extensive experience providing high-performance, high-quality information technology support services to help the federal government operate with improved stability, agility and efficiency,” CACI’s Chief Operating Officer and President of U.S. Operations John Mengucci said.

“This win is a sound example of our acquisition strategy driving continued growth in our Enterprise IT market area,” CACI President and CEO Ken Asbury said. “Through our acquisition of National Security Solutions, we were able to leverage long-term relationships with the JSP, Joint Staff and the Office of the Secretary of Defense to support them in providing world-class IT services that support the Department of Defense’s delivery of high-quality services to the American people.”

Under the JSP contract CACI will provide performance-based service management, including a broad range of consolidated IT services consisting of audio/visual/video teleconferencing, service desk, support for alternate operating locations as required to assure operations and information systems contingency for mission-essential functions, telecommunications and enterprise print management for approximately 22,000 users. This work will leverage sophisticated capabilities and industry best practices to improve the efficiency and reduce the complexity of IT support services for OSD and its affiliates.

JSP provides information technology (IT) products, services, solutions and customer support to the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Director of Administration, the Pentagon Force Protection Agency, the Washington Headquarters Services, various other OSD offices and headquarters offices of each U.S. military service branch to meet mission and business requirements.

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