This three-year indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract contains one base year and two option years and expands the company’s work in the logistics and materiel readiness fields, the company said.
President and CEO Dan Allen said in a release the company will work under this contract to help inform and prepare the armed forces for missions.
“This latest Readiness Based Sparing award continues a partnership with the Naval Supply Systems Command that will take us to 30 years of continuous RBS support upon contract completion,” Chief Operating Officer John Mengucci said.
CACI’s offerings evaluate the results of conventional logistics information systems and interface with legacy supply and logistics systems, the company said.
The company previously helped the Navy move from a demand-based inventory system to an enterprise decision support system.