CACI wins Air Force environmental information system deal
- By Ethan Butterfield
- Jul 20, 2006
CACI International Inc. won a $32 million contract to help the Air Force integrate its environmental, safety and occupational health management information systems into one IT system. The one-year contract, which was awarded by the General Services Administration, has four one-year options.
The contract calls for CACI of Arlington, Va., to support implementation of the Enterprise Environmental Safety and Occupational Health Management Information System for the Air Force Civil Engineer Support Agency, based at Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla. The system will allow Air Force officials access to data across their business enterprise.
CACI plans to open a new facility in nearby Panama City, Fla., where it will perform the work. The company will install and migrate data from legacy systems to the new information management system. CACI also will operate a help desk and train users on the system.
The new automated information system will assemble and store environmental and civil engineering information. Included in the system will be data on workplace health risk assessments, regulatory compliance and work practice procedures, hazardous waste tracking and pollution prevention, among others.
CACI has about 10,450 employees and revenue of more than $1.6 billion in fiscal 2005. The company ranks No. 13
on Washington Technology's 2006 Top 100
list of the largest federal IT contractors.