Monday, February 1, 2016

CACI Awarded $35 Million Task Order Contract to Support United States Fleet Forces Command

Arlington January 27, 2016 - CACI International Inc announced today that it has been awarded a $35 million task order contract to provide program management, technical and lifecycle support, and technical analysis to United States Fleet Forces Command (USFFC). The four-year task order, won under the Seaport-e contract vehicle, represents continuing work in CACI’s Logistics and Material Readiness market area.
“This continuation of our work with United States Fleet Forces Command demonstrates the value of our deep understanding of this customer’s mission, combined with CACI’s subject matter expertise in logistics and modeling, to help our customer ensure that America’s Navy is always ready for action.”
The mission of USFFC is to organize, man, train, and equip Naval Forces for deployment to Unified Command Combatant Commanders for operations in support of U.S. national interests. Under the task order, CACI will provide technical support to maintain computer models of surface ship components and systems, ranging from hulls to the smallest piece of hardware, to help USFFC improve the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of fleet maintenance.
CACI Chief Operating Officer and President of U.S. Operations John Mengucci said, “This continuation of our work with United States Fleet Forces Command demonstrates the value of our deep understanding of this customer’s mission, combined with CACI’s subject matter expertise in logistics and modeling, to help our customer ensure that America’s Navy is always ready for action.”
Ken Asbury, CACI’s President and Chief Executive Officer, said, “CACI is proud to play a part in this vital mission of the United States Fleet Forces Command. With U.S. forces deployed around the world, the readiness of America’s Navy to conduct and support global operations is an extremely high priority. We will continue to support the efficient, cost-saving allocation of military resources to maximize defense readiness and combat sustainability.”

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