CACI wins $96M Army task order
Arlington contractor to work on medical record software
The U.S. Army awarded Arlington-based federal technology contractor CACI International Inc. a $96 million task order to provide engineering and logistics services for the U.S. Army’s Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care (MC4) Program, the company announced Tuesday.
Under the task order, CACI will help the Army to integrate, test, train, deploy and sustain electronic medical record software for the MC4 program, which is the Army’s information management and IT system that delivers health care and patient documentation.
“The enterprise expertise that CACI will continue to provide in support of the Army’s MC4 program helps ensure that our soldiers’ medical care is handled accurately, effectively and efficiently,” CACI President and CEO John Mengucci said in a statement. “This award reflects our successful and longstanding relationship with our customer and their confidence in our commitment to help support their operations.”
CACI will work with the Army to automate and streamline software installation and updates under the task order.
Founded in 1962, CACI specializes in enterprise and mission technology. The company has approximately 23,000 employees and is on the Fortune 1000 list.