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CACI to Support Navy HR Tech Modernization Under $385M Task Order

A CACI International (NYSE: CACI) subsidiary has received a potential $385M task order to support a U.S. Navy program to modernize the service’s human resource systems, the Navy website reported Friday.

The Transformation Portfolio Coordinator and Production task order was awarded through an accelerated acquisition approach in support of the MyNavy HR Transformation effort and will be executed by the program executive office for the Enterprise Information Systems Sea Warrior Program (PMW 240).

“This task order will provide PMW 240 the technical support resources to transform the Navy’s existing human resources systems into a modern, cloud-based infrastructure that will deliver 21st century services and capabilities to our sailors,” said Kenneth Johnson, acting program manager for the Sea Warrior Program.

CACI Enterprise Solutions will work with the Sea Warrior Program to integrate disparate systems, data analytics and programs to establish an interoperable network designed to facilitate the delivery of HR services to sailors. The company will perform work in Virginia, Tennessee, Louisiana and Florida.

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