CACI wins $880M Army ITEMSS task order
CACI International Inc of Arlington, VA announced on June 18 it has secured an $880 million task order to provide information technology and engineering services to the U.S. Army’s Product Lead Reserve Component Automation System-Force Management System (PL RCAS – FMS).
The Information Technology Enterprise Management Systems Solution (ITEMSS) task order, made under the U.S. General Services Administration’s Alliant 2 contract vehicle, represents continuing work for CACI and expansion to support the Army’s vision for Global Force Information Management.
The government will rely upon CACI’s Agile Solution Factory (ASF), already one of the largest and most modern Agile frameworks used by the federal government, to more quickly develop software for the Army’s personnel and force management systems. Since 2013, the ASF has consistently delivered increased productivity, reduced costs, higher quality, and more secure software to its customers. On the previous RCAS contract, the ASF increased software development productivity by 60% and reduced implementation costs by more than 50%, software quality averaged 99% defect free, and time-to-market was reduced by 70%.
Ken Asbury, CACI’s president and chief executive officer, said, “CACI’s Agile Solution Factory has set the standard for continuous software development on an enterprise scale through its iterative and transparent approach. Under the ITEMSS contract, CACI’s ASF will help the Army implement multiple personnel and force management systems, including RCAS and FMS, two of the most efficient large-scale personnel and force management systems in the world.”
Under the seven-year ITEMSS task order, CACI will provide a broad range of information technology and engineering services, including hardware and software design, sustainment and modification, and network, cybersecurity, distance learning program, and military construction services to support the Army’s dynamic force management, mobilization and readiness missions.