CACI accounts for Air Force financial system improvements
Contractor will continue support for service's Job Order Cost Accounting System
- By David Hubler
- Aug 20, 2010
CACI International Inc. will continue to improve the Air Force’s ability to track specific financial programs under a five-year prime contract worth $19 million.
The award calls for CACI to sustain and enhance the Air Force’s Job Order Cost Accounting System (JOCAS II) for the 554th Electronic Systems Group at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.
JOCAS II enables managers to monitor labor and other direct and indirect costs more efficiently and improve management of Air Force projects.
The new work will enhance management financial tracking for major range and test facility bases and Air Force research laboratories, according to a CACI announcement.
CACI also will support any integration of JOCAS II modules with the Air Force core accounting system modernization effort. Additionally, it will maintain and enhance operational functionality to fit appropriately within the larger Air Force financial system.
CACI will ensure that JOCAS II remains compliant with all governing policies, regulations and guidance.
The award increases both the size and scope of CACI’s support of the financial management system and strengthens the company’s functional core competency in business system solutions, the announcement said.
The company’s business system solutions functional core competency provides solutions that address the full spectrum of requirements in the financial, procurement, human resources, budget and supply chain domains. The team’s offerings include services, consulting and software integration that support the full life cycle of commercial technology implementations from blueprint through application sustainment.
By providing research laboratory and test range project managers with better ways to track their expenses through JOCAS II, the Air Force can refine its cutting-edge technology solutions so vital to helping the service accomplish its missions, said CACI President and CEO Paul Cofoni in the statement.
CACI International, of Arlington, Va., ranks No. 16 on Washington Technology’s 2010 Top 100 list of the largest federal contractors.
David Hubler is the former print managing editor for GCN and senior editor for Washington Technology. He is freelance writer living in Annandale, Va.