CACI Inks Deal to Support DoD’s USMEPCOM VIPS Program

CACI (NYSE: CACI) won a $75 million contract from the DoD Business Transformation Agency to support the U.S. Military Entrance Processing Command’s (USMEPCOM) Virtual Interactive Processing System (VIPS).

The deal has a one-year base term and includes options.

“CACI’s core commitment to contributing materially to the transformation of government now includes this important new work for the Business Transformation Agency and USMEPCOM, ” CEO Paul Cofoni said. “Our proven approaches and innovative solutions in implementing federal business systems will help strengthen and streamline our nation’s ability to ensure the best and the brightest come into our military services, year after year.”

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