CACI to support US Navy’s Theater Medical Information Programme

8 November 2015 (Last Updated November 8th, 2015 18:30)

The US Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SPAWARSYSCEN) Atlantic has selected CACI International to continue providing defence health readiness engineering support for its Theater Medical Information Programme (TMIP) for a period of three years.

The US Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SPAWARSYSCEN) Atlantic has selected CACI International to continue providing defence health readiness engineering support for its Theater Medical Information Programme (TMIP) for a period of three years.

Valued at $38.5m, the contract is part of the US Navy's multiple-award $899m Business and Force Support Pillar contract, secured by CACI in 2013.

Under the terms of the $38.5m contract, CACI will continue providing engineering, development, testing, training and implementation, and help desk support.

"The TMIP is a part of the Military Health System's mission aimed at automating and integrating clinical care documentation, supplies and equipment tracking, and patient movement visibility."

The TMIP is a part of the Military Health System's mission aimed at automating and integrating clinical care documentation, supplies and equipment tracking, and patient movement visibility across the US Department of Defense (DoD) including the Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps during military operations.

CACI chief operating officer and president of US operations John Mengucci said: "Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic has always been one of our most valued customers.

"CACI is pleased to continue supporting them as we provide systems engineering services that will contribute to the success of Space and Naval Warfare Center's critically important Theater Medical Information Program."

In September this year, CACI International received a $63.5m contract from the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD) to continue support for its special communications mission solutions (SCMS) division.

The 20-month bridge contract will allow CACI to support SCMS efforts, which includes quick-reaction capabilities in the subset of command, control, computers, communications, intelligence (C4I) electronic systems and interoperability.