CACI International has won a three-year prime contract potentially worth $31 million from the Bureau of Naval Personnel to provide business processing reengineering, requirements analysis and enterprise architecture services for the bureau’s personnel and pay systems.
As one of the three awardees of the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, CACI will also develop workflow and organizational processes to update the systems’ service delivery environment, the company said Thursday.
The contract is expected to grow CACI’s business systems solutions offering as the company continues its support to BUPERS.
CACI said it has been providing human capital management solutions to the Navy Personnel Command‘s human resources department since 2008, but in a subcontractor capacity.
“We are proud to help smooth the HR processes and help enable the most efficient payment for those who provide such invaluable services for our nation,” said Ken Asbury, CACI president and chief executive officer.
The BUPERS personnel and pay systems are operated by the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations‘ Business Transformation Office and IT Investment Management Office.