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CACI Notches Air Force Contract Win; Bill Fairl, Paul Cofoni Comment

CACI  (NYSE: CACI) claimed a $19 million prime contract to sustain and enhance the Air Force’s Job Order Cost Accounting System (JOCAS II) for the 554th Electronic Systems Group at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.

According to the firm, “the new work on the five-year contract (one base, four option years) will enhance management financial tracking for major range and test facility bases and Air Force research laboratories. The award increases both the size and scope of CACI’s financial management system support and strengthens the company’s functional core competency in business system solutions.”

“This new work for the 554th Electronic Systems Group solidifies CACI’s role – and reinforces our standing – as a Tier 1 provider of federal financial systems, ” said Bill Fairl, president of U.S. Operations. “It demonstrates the wide-ranging capabilities that our business system solutions functional core competency team brings to every program it supports.”

“CACI has been supporting U.S. Air Force programs at Wright Patterson for nearly 30 years, and we’re pleased to add this award to our portfolio, ” CEO Paul Cofoni said. “By providing managers of research laboratory and test range projects with better ways to track their expenses through JOCAS II, we’re helping the Air Force refine their cutting edge technology solutions that are so vital to helping warfighters accomplish their missions.”

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