CACI Wins Potential $250M IDIQ to Help Sustain Marine Corps Combat Support System

CACI International (NYSE: CACI) has won a potential $249.9M indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to continue providing post-deployment support for an automated logistics platform being used by the U.S. Marine Corps.

The company’s federal business will help USMC manage and operate services, sustain systems and maintain a solution development environment for the Global Combat Support System, the Department of Defense said Thursday.

Other tasks include enterprise training, engineering change, change request and life cycle support. The Pentagon expects CACI to finish all contract services by March 2025.

Marine Corps Systems Command received six offers for the IDIQ via a competitive procurement on FedBizOpps.

Ninety percent of work will take place in Stafford, Va., and the rest in Kansas City, Mo., as well as other locations.

USMC will finance the contract’s initial task order with $344,913 in fiscal 2019 operation and maintenance funds.

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