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CACI Wins $75M for Air Force Medical Logistics Support; Ken Asbury Comments

Ken Asbury
Ken Asbury

CACI (NYSE:CACI) has won a $75 million contract to provide the U.S. Air Force with expeditionary medical material support services, the company said Thursday.

The contract, which consists of one base year and four option years, continues CACI’s support of  the Air Force with new staffing locations in Alaska, Japan, and Guam.

We have been a “provider of U.S. Air Force and Army medical assemblages in support of every major contingency operation and disaster in the last decade [which] integrates closely with CACI’s strategic focus on healthcare as a high-growth area, ” said Ken Asbury, CACI president and CEO.

At the Air Force’s 340, 000-square-foot facility in San Antonio, Texas, the Arlington, Va.-based firm builds, maintains and deploys medical assemblages.

CACI provides staffing at 29 sites across the U.S. which store assemblage materials including portable backpack and fully equipped hospitals.

Assemblages can also be deployed in support of humanitarian relief efforts for disasters such as the 2004 Asian tsunami and the 2010 earthquake in Haiti.

 

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