CACI wins $11M contract for compliance, configuration management support

CACI Enterprise Solutions has won a potentially $36.6 million contract to provide compliance and configuration management support for the Defense Agencies Initiative.

The contract’s base value is $11 million.

DAI is an effort by the Defense Logistics Agency to improve the budget, finance and accounting operations at DOD agencies.

Work will be performed in Virginia and is expected to be completed in June 2017 without options.

The company was one of two bidders, the Defense Department said in a release.

CACI also recently won a contract to continue its work on a federal financial management and accounting system for DAI.

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