CACI Named Prime Contractor on $12B Veteran Affairs IT IDIQ; Cofoni Comments

 

Paul Cofoni, CACI

CACI International Inc. (NYSE: CACI) has won one of 15 prime positions on the Veterans Affairs Department‘s transformation twenty-one total technology contract.

The five-year indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract has a $12 billion ceiling value.

T4 will establish a technology infrastructure for a more efficient healthcare delivery system.

Contractors will develop services needed to integrate systems, networks and software.

Full life-cycle services will include program management, strategic planning, systems and software engineering and cybersecurity.

“As an important element of our strategy for growth,  CACI is committed to providing IT solutions and services that enable efficient delivery of healthcare to our citizens, ” said CACI President and CEO Paul Cofoni. “With this award, I am particularly proud that the transformation inherent to this broad-based effort will help bring needed assistance to the people to whom we all owe so much — the men and women who protect our nation.”

Previous T4 coverage:

July 21: Harris Added to $12B Veterans Affairs IDIQ Large Business Category

July 8: SRA Int’l, Booz Allen Added to $12B Veterans Affairs

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