CACI to Extend DHA Medical Logistics System Support

CACI to Extend DHA Medical Logistics System Support - top government contractors - best government contracting event

CACI International has secured a potential five-year, $61M contract to help the Defense Health Agency sustain a software-based enterprise resource planning application used to process orders and manage delivery of medical supplies and assemblages to U.S. military personnel worldwide.

The company said Tuesday it will continue to develop, integrate and maintain systems for the Theater Enterprise-Wide Logistics System in support of the DHA's Joint Medical Logistics Functional Development Center in Maryland.

DeEtte Gray, president of CACI's U.S. operations, said the company seeks to help DHA manage medical care efficiency through TEWLS software upgrades.

Under the contract, the company will update supply chain management tools designed to facilitate medical logistics.

CACI has provided TEWLS development, security and data integration support since 2008.

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