CACI Gets $59M Task Order to Continue DoD Financial System Support; John Mengucci Quoted

CACI Gets $59M Task Order to Continue DoD Financial System Support; John Mengucci Quoted
John Mengucci CEO CACI International

CACI International will continue to help the Department of Defense's comptroller office manage, secure and maintain financial systems under a potential $59M task order.

The company said Tuesday it will also implement software, update platforms and support a suite of resource management tools for the Office of Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller).

DoD also tasked the company to provide information security and assurance, documentation, training and report generation services.

John Mengucci, president and CEO of CACI and a 2020 Wash 100 awardee, said the company will work to provide OUSD(C) comprehensive support to operate and modernize the office's critical mission systems.

The task order falls under the the General Services Administration's Alliant 2 contract vehicle.

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