MILITARY SEALIFT COMMAND
CACI International releases teaming info for $37M logistics contract
- By Mark Hoover
- Aug 26, 2014
CACI International has come out with its teaming information under a potentially $37 million contract that the company won with the Military Sealift Command earlier this month.
The company’s teammates are:
RF Logistics - a veteran-owned small business focusing on business process reengineering and automated data operations for various kinds of management
A2Z Inc. Logistics Services - a professional services company focusing on integrated logistics support, configuration management and warehousing
CAMCODE - a designer and manufacturer of durable, pre-printed bar code labels and customized services for asset tracking applications utilizing automatic identification and data capture
IHS - a global information company focusing on energy, economics, geopolitical risk, sustainability and supply chain management
CACI was one of two winners, with Professional Analysis Inc. also winning a contract valued at a potential $33.7 million.
The contract, called the Worldwide Logistics Services contract, calls for fleet logistics operations; enterprise-wide facilities and Global Shore Infrastructure Plan management; acquisition logistics; sustainment logistics; logistics systems and data management; Combat Logistics Force load management; ordnance management; and supply chain management.
“The services we provide on the Worldwide Logistics Services contract - which will help the Navy to counter global terrorism and provide for our nation's defense - align with our strategic goals to support our nation's most critical priorities,” said CACI president and CEO Ken Asbury in a company statement.
The company has been working with the Military Sealift Command for 23 years.
Mark Hoover is a senior staff writer with Washington Technology. You can contact him at email@example.com, or connect with him on Twitter at @mhooverWT.