The US Navy’s Space and Naval Warfare (SPAWAR) Systems Center Atlantic has awarded a new task order for the delivery of defence health readiness engineering support (DHRES).
Awarded to CACI International under the navy’s SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-e) programme, the task order has a ceiling value of $75m and is slated to continue for a period of five years.
Under the deal, the company will be responsible for providing DHRES support to the US Navy and the US Marine Corps (USMC), in addition to the US Air Force (USAF).
CACI International US Operations president DeEtte Gray said: “This award reaffirms CACI’s position as a leading provider of operational health information technology solutions for our nation’s military.
“We are committed to improving healthcare and the continuity of care for those who serve at home and those deployed in theatres of operations globally.”
Through the task order, CACI will deliver system integration, training, and support for readiness and operational health information management systems used by the three US military services.
DHRES offers a range of applications that are used by healthcare professionals deployed with the US Navy, USMC and USAF to document patient care, ensure tracking of medical readiness, and manage ancillary services.
The navy’s SPAWAR Systems Center Atlantic offers the latest advanced health information technology solutions to the military with an aim to support US personnel.
Earlier this month, the company secured a prime position on a $184m contract to offer support to the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education organisation.