U.S. Army IT/engineering services contract worth $880 million won by CACI

ARLINGTON, Va. CACI International Inc. announced today it has secured an $880 million task order to provide information technology and engineering services to the U.S. Army’s Product Lead Reserve Component Automation System-Force Management System.

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The Information Technology Enterprise Management Systems Solution (ITEMSS) task order, made under the U.S. General Services Administration’s Alliant 2 contract vehicle, represents continuing work for CACI and expansion to support the Army’s vision for Global Force Information Management.

The government will rely upon CACI’s Agile Solution Factory (ASF) to more quickly develop software for the Army’s personnel and force management systems.

Company officials say that, under the ITEMSS contract, CACI’s ASF will help the Army implement multiple personnel and force management systems, including RCAS and FMS, force management systems.

Under the seven-year ITEMSS task order, CACI will provide a broad range of information technology and engineering services, including hardware and software design, sustainment and modification, and network, cybersecurity, distance learning program, and military construction services to support the Army’s dynamic force management, mobilization and readiness missions.