CACI Awarded $250M Contract to Provide Logistics and Supply Chain System Support to the Marine Corps; John Mengucci Quoted

John Mengucci
John Mengucci

CACI International announced on Monday that the U.S. Navy's Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems has awarded a potential five-year, $250M indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract to CACI to provide enterprise technology for post deployment system support for the U.S. Marine Corps' Global Combat Support System.

“CACI will support the Marine Corps with our recognized Agile methodology, leading to more efficient and reliable functionality for their critical supply chain management systems,“ said John Mengucci, president and CEO at CACI. “Our deep knowledge and expertise delivering enterprise solutions will contribute to system improvements, helping our customer meet their mission requirements.“

Under the contract, CACI will provide Oracle E-Business Suite operations, sustainment, and enhancement support to improve the Marine Corps' logistics and supply chain management system, ensuring efficiency and productivity for more than 22K enterprise users across 75 locations worldwide.

In addition, CACI will use its award-winning Agile Solution Factory to improve the functionality of the Marine Corps' GCSS with reliable and effective software updates.

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