CACI International Inc. will provide operations support for two U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) divisions, the Justice Management Division and the Criminal Division, through two task orders totaling $72 million awarded to the company.
A $59 million task order will implore CACI knowledge to improve data center performance. CACI will offer a service desk, engineering, and IT infrastructure services as well as DOJ data center support. The overall effect will be a decreased program cost and efficiency gain for the Justice Management Division for a five-month base period and five option years.
The second task order of $13 million will provide the Criminal Division with automation operations support that includes a service desk, operations and maintenance, and asset management services for a five-month base period and five option years.
“CACI’s extensive experience supporting the Department of Justice uniquely qualifies us to meet DOJ’s information technology needs on the ITSS-4 contract vehicle,” said CACI President of U.S. Operations Dan Allen. “These latest task order awards are a clear demonstration of DOJ’s confidence in our ability to deliver successful and cost-effective IT solutions.”
CACI won DOJ’s $1.1 billion ITSS-4 contract vehicle, in March 2011, which resulted in both task orders. The task orders will allow CACI to help the U.S. government transform operations for increased cost savings and improved productivity.
“These program wins enable CACI to continue providing innovative, high-value solutions for the government’s greatest challenges,” said CACI President and Chief Executive Officer Paul Cofoni. “This new work with the Department of Justice is also an important part of our strategy to deliver government transformation solutions that increase productivity and performance while reducing costs.”
Read about Paul Cofoni’s retirement and Dan Allen’s transition to CEO of CACI here on WashingtonExec.