CACI wins $27M contract for Air Force medical support

Contract reinforces company’s health care market push

CACI International has won a $26.6 million contract with the Air Force to support the Air Force Medical Support Agency.

Under the contract, CACI will support the agency’s Health Facilities Division, which manages the Air Force’s health care facilities worldwide.

The company will assist in the planning, programming, design and execution of sustainment, restoration and modernization efforts at 72 Air Force medical treatment facilities, CACI said in a release.

CACI will also advise facilities regarding national health care standards in order to promote a positive care environment for patients, visitors and staff.

This move reinforces the company’s presence in the health care market, CACI said. In a similar effort, in July, the company hired Dr. Anthony Hess to lead its Healthcare Solutions Group.

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