CACI International has been contracted by the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) to provide acquisitions management support for the US Department of Defense (DoD).
Valued at $40m, the indefinite delivery / indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract will provide development and sustainment support for the DoD's wide area workflow (WAWF) and electronic document access (EDA) systems over a period of three years.
The WAWF has been designed to eliminate paper from the receipt / acceptance and invoice / payments process of the contracting lifecycle.
Using WAWF, DoD has saved nearly $250m in invoice processing annually.
CACI US operations president and COO John Mengucci said: "CACI's software and systems development expertise has helped make the wide area workflow an incredibly reliable, mission-critical system for DoD.
"This system currently processes an average of 636,000 electronic documents a month, and has resulted in significant cost savings for our customers."
By combining WAWF and EDA systems under one contract, the DoD will improve its post-award contract management.
CACI will support the WAWF e-Business Suite, with its web-based applications for improved processing of contract documentation, along with the EDA system, which provides a repository for DoD's procurement instruments and related documents.
CACI president and CEO Ken Asbury said: "By building enduring partnerships with the Defense Logistics Agency and Defense Procurement and Acquisition Policy office, and leveraging our deep subject matter expertise in acquisition management, we are improving the speed and accuracy with which the department conducts business, and saving taxpayer dollars."