The Department of Defense has honored CACI International with the Nunn-Perry Award for its support and partnership with a small disadvantaged business that specializes in software development and information technology management services.
The recognition highlighted CACI’s team up with CDIT, a small business enterprise in Louisiana, under the DOD Mentor-Protege Program, the Reston, Virginia-based government contractor said Wednesday.
As part of the partnership, CACI worked with Morgan State University to provide CDIT with strategic planning and quality management training that helped the small business earn ISO 9001, ISO 27001, HUBZone and CMMI-DEV Level 3 industry certifications.
It has also driven growth at CDIT, which reported a 323 percent gain in annual gross revenues and a 188 percent increase in workforce this year.
In addition, the mentorship has helped the U.S. Navy’s Naval Supply Systems Command boost global logistics delivery and quality of life support through expanded industrial base.
“CACI is committed to supporting the DOD’s critical missions and introducing them to new businesses that can help them achieve their goals,” said Dan Cuviello, senior vice president of business development at CACI.