CACI to Help DHA Update Defense Medical Logistics Platform

CACI International has received an $8.5M firm-fixed-price contract from the Defense Health Agency to provide non-personal information technology services for the U.S. military’s medical logistics platform.

The company will provide software maintenance services for the Joint Medical Logistics Functional Development center to configure, sustain and update the Theater Enterprise-Wide Logistics System, the Department of Defense said Friday.

Work will occur at Fort Detrick in Maryland and also includes life cycle management, pre-planned product updates, business process, re-engineering and technical integration support services

The contract was awarded under the General Services Administration’s IT Schedule 70 procurement vehicle.  DHA will obligate $8.5M from fiscal year 2019 operations and maintenance funds at the time of award.

TEWLS is a component of the Defense Medical Logistics – Enterprise Solution and consolidates various military logistics processes into a single platform.

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