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NIWC Atlantic Awards CACI $123M Task Order for Defense Health Readiness Engineering Support; CEO John Mengucci Quoted

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CACI International has secured a task order worth $123.4 million from the Naval Information Warfare Center Atlantic for technical services supporting health processes for multiple service branches in the U.S. defense community.

Through the Seaport-Next Generation contract vehicle task order, CACI’s team will perform defense health readiness engineering support activities including testing, training, cybersecurity and fleet support for the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force, the Reston, Virginia-headquartered company said Tuesday.

According to John Mengucci, CEO and president of CACI, the work is a continuation of an ongoing partnership between CACI and NIWC, not to mention the Navy more broadly, with whom the company has collaborated for over two decades.

Mengucci, a three-time recipient of the Wash100 Award, also asserted that the task order is an indication of the U.S. military’s trust in CACI’s enterprise technology capabilities. With this contract award, Mengucci says, they will be able to continue helping to evolve, implement and maintain healthcare records for “the fleet, expeditionary forces, airmen and their partners.”

The new task order builds on CACI’s prior contract with NIWC Atlantic, which saw the company provide over 3,000 implementations for the Theater Medical Information Program, impacting the Navy, Marine Corps and the Air Force. Their agile methodologies will be utilized for NIWC Atlantic’s network of health information tools that harness software and hardware to reach military personnel in various domains.

CACI’s modernization-minded efforts under the task order will cover the full lifecycle of requirements for the NIWC’s health technology system, such as engineering and integration, planning, release management and reporting for both TMIP and Joint Operational Medicine Information Systems.

The NIWC task order comes on the heels of CACI’s July win of a $557.8 million task order from the U.S. Navy to assist Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane and the Navy Digital Integration Support Cell with digital modernization.