CACI has won a $19 million, five-year contract to sustain and enhance the U.S. Air Force’s Job Order Cost Accounting System.
Under the deal, CACI will enhance Job Order Cost Accounting System management’s financial tracking for major range and test facility bases and Air Force research laboratories.
CACI will maintain and enhance the current operational functionality to fit appropriately within the larger Air Force financial system while ensuring JOCAS II continues to stay compliant with all governing policies, regulations, and guidance, the company said.
The company will also support any integration of JOCAS II modules with the Air Force core accounting system modernization effort.
“CACI has been supporting U.S. Air Force programs at Wright Patterson for nearly 30 years, and we’re pleased to add this award to our portfolio,” said CACI President and Chief Executive Officer Paul Cofoni. “By providing managers of research laboratory and test range projects with better ways to track their expenses through JOCAS II, we’re helping the Air Force refine their cutting-edge technology solutions that are so vital to helping warfighters accomplish their missions.