CACI Receives $209M Contract to Help Integrate USAF Financial Management System

A CACI International (NYSE: CACI) subsidiary has received a potential $208.9 million contract from the U.S. Air Force to provide Agile development and system integration support for the service’s Defense Enterprise Accounting and Management System.

The Air Force announced the award of the DEAMS contract to CACI-ISS in a notice posted Friday on the SAM website.

In February, the military branch announced that DEAMS achieved full deployment status, marking the completion of a year-long effort to support, upgrade and field the system.

DEAMS manages the reporting, control and execution of the Air Force General Fund and the working capital fund of U.S. Transportation Command and supports all Air Force major commands, unified commands and the U.S. Space Force. The system also backs services related to the Defense Finance and Accounting Service being provided to Air Force clients.

Work on the contract will occur at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio, according to the award notice.

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