The Centers for Disease Control has awarded CACI an indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity award to support its IT infrastructure under the CDC Information Management Services.
The award has a limit of 10 years and a maximum value of $1 billion.
Some of the work CACI will undertake includes information and data analysis, requirements analysis, system design, security, database administration, and user training. CDC’s goal in overhauling its IT infrastructure is to gather real-time health information, develop useful tools for scientists and researchers, and enhance public health and community collaboration.
This new contract with CDC expands CACI’s experience in the growing health IT field.
Paul Cofoni, CACI president and CEO, said:
“CACI continues to execute on its strategic growth plan of aligning its capabilities with the nation’s highest priorities, such as improving healthcare and enhancing government systems. The Centers for Disease Control is new to our family of clients and this contract is key to CACI’s strategy of increasing our support to federal healthcare agencies. We look forward to offering the CDC proven solutions for its important mission.”