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CACI Wins $41M to Develop Pentagon Accounting System; Daniel Allen Comments

Daniel Allen, CACI

CACI International Inc. (NYSE: CACI) won a $41 million task order to continue developing the Defense Department‘s accounting system, CACI announced Thursday.

The task order has one base year and three option years and was awarded under the Defense Information Systems Agency‘s Encore II contract vehicle.

CACI will provide business system solutions services for the Defense Agencies Initiative, sponsored by the Defense Logistics Agency.

Daniel Allen, CACI president of U.S. operations, said the company will help DLA improve accuracy and timeliness of financial information for Pentagon agencies.

CACI will provide development, enhancement, and maintenance support for current and future releases of the DAI solution.

CACI will also assess audit readiness and internal control processes.

CACI has supported the program for three years and holds several task orders.

The DAI program gives the Pentagon a single accounting system and standard business processes to manage finance, budget and accounting operations for 28 agencies.

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