CACI International will continue to provide development and sustainment services for the Defense Department‘s Defense Medical Logistics Standard Support system under a three-year, $60.9 million prime contract.
The company said Thursday it will support product modernization, lifecycle management, reengineering and the expansion of DMLSS across federal civilian agencies as part of the Defense Health Agency‘s shared services efforts.
“CACI’s award… serves the critical mission of assuring that medical supplies and equipment reach their destinations, from hospitals in the U.S. to those in combat zones,” said Ken Asbury, president and CEO of CACI.
DMLSS is an automated information system that manages medical and war reserve materiel, equipment and facilities in support of providing treatment for service members.
The system is currently deployed at the Joint Medical Logistics Functional Development Center in Maryland.