CACI Awarded $66M Army IT Support Extension

CACI International has received a six-month, $66.4M task order from the General Services Administration to continue information technology support services for the U.S. Army‘s reserve component automation system.

The company has provided RCAS sustainment, program management, infrastructure integration, technical services to the Army Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems over the past five years through a task order originally awarded under the Alliant 2 contract vehicle, GSA said Wednesday in a FedBizOpps notice.

RCAS is designed to help the military branch manage data related mobilization, safety and occupational health, personnel, force authorization and core services.

GSA extended the work’s performance period to allow the agency to conduct a competitive acquisition process ahead of a planned follow-on contract award in March 2019.

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