CACI Gets CMMI Development V2.0 Maturity Level 3 Rating; DeEtte Gray Quoted

CACI International has obtained a Maturity Level 3 rating for its customer platform delivery processes and best practices under the CMMI Institute's Capability Maturity Model Integration for Development version 2.0 program.

The company said Thursday Process Assessment, Consulting and Training conducted the appraisal for CMMI DEV V2.0, a framework the Department of Defense and federal civilian agencies use to assess a contractor’s ability to deliver on software and systems engineering projects.

DeEtte Gray, president of CACI’s U.S. operations, said the CMMI-DEV V2.0 Maturity Level 3 rating seeks to demonstrate to clients the company’s efforts to deliver platforms that meet industry standards.

“We are gratified the reviewers singled out our Agile Solutions Factory, coupled with our disciplined Delivery+ framework, as an optimal adoption of the Agile methodology and a basis for our continuous improvement journey,” Gray added.

CACI has become the first U.S. organization to be assessed under the CMMI DEV V2.0 framework.

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