The Department of Defense Business Transformation Agency has awarded a $75 million contract to CACI International to support a Virtual Interactive Processing System. The work, done for the U.S. Military Entrance Processing Command, will improve and make more efficient the applicant process for new members of the military, allowing it to go paperless.
CACI’s work will also add biometric components and interfaces to military branch recruiting centers to the VPS, saving time and money.
“CACI’s core commitment to contributing materially to the transformation of government now includes this important new work for the Business Transformation Agency and USMEPCOM,” said President and CEO Paul Cofoni. “Our proven approaches and innovative solutions in implementing federal business systems will help strengthen and streamline our nation’s ability to ensure the best and the brightest come into our military services, year after year.”
Bill Fairl, CACI’s president of U.S. operations, added: “With this new contract to support USMEPCOM, we will directly enhance the ability of the nation’s armed forces to bring the most qualified men and women into their ranks. Our expertise in government transformation efforts makes us an ideal fit to build one of the most advanced systems for the Department of Defense within a robust, standards-based, and service-oriented architecture.”