CACI International has secured a position on a $6bn multiple-award contract to support the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA).
The company will provide a full range of IT support to advance DLA enterprise functions under the indefinite delivery / indefinite quantity contract.
CACI will also provide technical and management support for the DLA's Information Operations Office (J6), programme offices, and other Department of Defense (DoD) agencies.
According to the company, the eight-year J6 Enterprise Technology Services (JETS) contract positions CACI for new projects in its business systems, Enterprise IT, and cyber security market areas.
CACI president and CEO Ken Asbury said: “CACI is proud to support the Defense Logistics Agency in its mission to deliver essential solutions and services to America’s troops and allies.
“By leveraging our deep expertise in business systems and enterprise IT, we enable improved efficiency and productivity for government customers serving critical missions worldwide.”
The DLA is DoD's largest logistics combat support agency, providing logistics, acquisition, and technical support to military services and civilian agencies worldwide.
Under the JETS acquisition vehicle, CACI will offer a wide range of support across the 21 task areas of the DLA IT enterprise to advance the agency’s IT capabilities.
Task areas include network and telecommunications, defence business systems support, information assurance and cyber-security.