CACI International, Inc. announced today it has won a $30 million contract to support the Naval Aviation Production Process-Sustainment (NAPP S) program. Sponsored by the Chief of Naval Air Training (CNATRA), the contract is for one base year and four option years. CACI will provide management, technical, data analysis, and IT support for Naval Aviation Training, continuing CACI’s eleven-year support of the program.
The Naval Air Training Command is tasked with the training of combat-quality aviators and their expedient, efficient, and effective deployment worldwide. CNATRA trains about 1, 800 pilots and military flight officers as well as approximately 2, 000 enlisted aircrew students each year. Students receive required training at bases where they receive flight and/or academic instruction depending on their specialties before being assigned to their operational fleet units.
CACI provides essential support to all stages of the process used by the Navy for managing the full scope of its aviation training. In addition to Navy students, the program trains students from the Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and several foreign armed forces. CACI provides experienced technical and academic experts with in-depth understanding of all parts of the Navy’s current training process and accreditation. CACI support will focus on high-level process management and consulting for senior naval leadership, data quality and analysis, and maintaining web-based data collection applications. The company will provide program oversight and support on-site at many locations to track and manage the progress of trainees from training inception through deployment. This contract increases the size and scope of CACI’s data, information, and knowledge management services core competency.
“The efficient training of aviation professionals for the U.S. Armed Forces is a top priority for our nation, ” said CACI President and CEO Paul Cofoni. “We’re pleased that CACI’s knowledge management capabilities play such a vital role in helping to manage the entire training process and help the Chief of Naval Air Training achieve such outstanding results.”