Daon Pens Subcontract with CACI; CEO Tom Grissen Comments

Tom Grissen

Daon secured a subcontract from CACI (NYSE: CACI) for work on the firm’s Virtual Interactive Processing System, or “VIPS, ” for the U.S. Military Entrance Processing Command.

The firm will support CACI with identity assurance software, a “critical piece of the VIPS infrastructure.”

“Daon is proud to continue its support for the CACI team in serving the U.S. Military Entrance Processing Command’s Virtual Interactive Processing System, ” CEO Tom Grissen said. “Our identity assurance solutions will integrate seamlessly into the system and will be used to verify the identities of applicants and track them throughout the multi-stage military accession process, ultimately boosting efficiency and effectiveness.”

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