CACI Secures DEA Acquisition, Financial Mgmt Support BPA

CACI International has received a blanket purchase agreement from the Drug Enforcement Administration for acquisition and financial management services in support of DEA’s domestic and overseas demand reduction and enforcement missions.

The BPA also covers the development of intranet sites and financial information warehouse system; system administration; financial policy support; and travel system analysis, training and project management services, CACI said Thursday.

DeEtte Gray, president of U.S. operations at CACI, said the award seeks to reflect the company’s efforts to deliver platforms and services across acquisition, financial and property areas.

Gray added the company is proud to continue its partnership with DEA in support of the agency’s controlled substance law enforcement efforts.

CACI will also help DEA comply with federal procurement and financial management laws and policies through the development and execution of new operating procedures and business systems under the BPA.

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