CACI Awarded $159M Contract to Develop, Implement Integrated Personnel and Pay System-Army

Ken Asbury, CACI International

Ken Asbury, CACI International

Arlington, Va.-based CACI International Inc. (CACI) announced May 26 that the company has been awarded a $159 million, five-year contract to develop and implement the Integrated Personnel and Pay System-Army (IPPS-A).

“It is our honor to be selected by the Army as the system integrator to develop and implement the Integrated Personnel and Pay System,” CACI’s Chief Operating Officer and President of U.S. Operations John Mengucci said. “CACI has become a trustworthy leader in complex ERP system integration programs, and we look forward to serving as the Army’s partner in making IPPS-A an unqualified success.”

“The Integrated Personnel and Pay System-Army adds a significant new program to an already large and growing portfolio of enterprise systems that CACI has implemented for our federal customers,” CACI President and Chief Executive Officer Ken Asbury said. “This contract enables us to expand our work in our Business Systems market while supporting the Army in achieving an imperative goal – ensuring that all soldiers are paid accurately and on time for many years to come.”

IPPS-A is a web-based system that will standardize, streamline and integrate soldier personnel and pay processes and data across all Army components (Active Army, Army National Guard and Army Reserve). It will be the authoritative source of personnel and pay information for more than one million soldiers and discontinue the Army’s reliance on more than 40 different systems.

CACI will provide development and implementation support to replace the Army’s legacy systems and improve Army personnel and pay operations.

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