CACI Wins $69M to Continue Ft. Detrick Healthcare IT Work

CACI International Inc. (NYSE: CACI) has won four prime task order contracts, totaling $69 million, to continue supporting the defense medical logistics standard support system based at Fort Detrick, Md.

The awards include:

  • $21 million for software development and sustainment, including IT and information assessment
  • $24 million to migrate the theater level medical supply chain management
  • $18 million for system and software engineering life cycle and technical services
  • $6 million in new work, providing system and software development and sustainment services for an e-commerce electronic catalog
Paul Cofoni, CACI

“Transformative healthcare IT solutions and services that enable the efficient delivery of vital medical services to our armed forces are key components of our future growth strategy, ” said CACI President and CEO Paul Cofoni. “This wide-ranging work with DMLSS clearly demonstrates that the significant corporate investment in healthcare IT and the dedication of our senior management are resulting in a growing momentum for success.”

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