CACI wins $61M DOD medical supply system order

CACI International has won a five-year, $61 million contract to continue its systems integration, development and sustainment support for a system the Defense Department uses to manage medical supply logistics.

The company has supported DOD's Theater Enterprise-Wide Logistics System since 2008 with security and data integration services, CACI said Tuesday.

TEWLS is an enterprise resource planning application based on SAP software, through which DOD orders medical supplies and assemblages for forward-deployed troops stationed worldwide.

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