CACI Awarded $22 Million Prime Contract To Continue Transitioning U.S. Navy Personnel And Pay Processes

CACI International Inc (NYSE:CACI) announced today that it has been awarded a prime contract with a total potential value of $22 million to continue providing personnel and pay business process transition services for the Bureau of Naval Personnel (BUPERS). This three-year (one base plus two options) multiple award indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract was awarded during CACI’s fourth quarter of its fiscal year 2014. It complements the $31 million award CACI received to continue providing BUPERS business process reengineering, requirements analysis, and enterprise architecture support and represents the company’s increasing business in its high-growth Business Systems market area, particularly in its human resource (HR) system support capability.

BUPERS serves as the human resources department of the Navy Personnel Command, providing administrative leadership, policy planning, and general oversight. Under the terms of the contract, CACI will provide business process reengineering, requirements development, enterprise architecture development, testing, data requirements, and conversion for the personnel and pay systems used throughout the Navy. The company will be leading and performing all technical aspects of the project.

CACI has developed strong technical competence in performing these business process transition services for BUPERS as a subcontractor since 2008, in addition to performing similar work for the Air Force and the Department of Defense Business Transformation Agency. CACI’s innovative use of modeling and simulation, along with mature business enterprise architecture development to quantify potential business process improvements, provides better analysis of Navy HR processes and reduces the risks inherent in process change management during business transformation.

John Mengucci, CACI’s Chief Operating Officer and President of U.S. Operations, said, “This Bureau of Naval Personnel work demonstrates CACI’s innovative use of process simulation in business process reengineering. CACI was founded on the strength of its modeling and simulation expertise and continues to offer one of the most diverse and rigorous capabilities in the industry.”

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