CACI wins US Navy’s $809m NAVSUP Business Systems Center contract

10 March 2016 (Last Updated March 10th, 2016 18:30)

CACI International has secured a $809m multiple-award indefinite delivery / indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract to supply the Naval Supply Systems Command Business Systems Center (NAVSUP BSC) with business systems and IT support.

CACI International has secured a $809m multiple-award indefinite delivery / indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract to supply the Naval Supply Systems Command Business Systems Center (NAVSUP BSC) with business systems and IT support.

Under the contract, CACI will provide full lifecycle support for the US Navy's Enterprise Resource Planning system, which supports 72,000 users, for the next five years.

According to the company, the multiple-award contract will help the navy meet its critical financial requirements with CACI's agile development-based solutions that reduce lifecycle costs.

“CACI's new contract with the Naval Supply Systems Command Business Systems Center is a strategic win for us in our business systems market area.”

CACI president and CEO Ken Asbury said: "CACI's new contract with the Naval Supply Systems Command Business Systems Center is a strategic win for us in our business systems market area.

"Awards like these continue to confirm CACI's position as a proven, large-scale solutions provider that delivers added value for a wide range of customer systems and missions."

NAVSUP BSC is responsible for managing the development, maintenance, implementation, and integration of business systems for the Department of the US Navy.

With more than 20,000 employees, CACI provides information solutions and services in support of national security missions and government transformation for intelligence, defence, and federal civilian customers.

The company's portfolio includes financial management, human capital management, asset and materials management, and administrative management solutions.

So far, CACI has developed and implemented systems that process approximately $200bn in federal procurements every year.