More information about CACI in the defense market area
CACI has proudly served the Air Force for over 45 years beginning with our legacy SIMSCRIPT logistics simulation and modeling support. This was followed by logistics engineering and programmatic support for the Air Logistics Centers. Over the years CACI has grown our service to the Air Force to include systems for
- Readiness and ammunition business systems
- Command and control
- Intelligence analysis
- Battle staff analytic, training and course of action simulation
CACI's current support includes the Air Force Secretariat and Air Staff with a major CACI presence in all major commands and agencies throughout our nation's Air Force.
CACI is a corporate member of the Air Force Association and proudly supports Air Force events throughout the year.
The U.S. Army is CACI's largest customer, a customer CACI has been serving proudly since CACI was founded in 1962. CACI provides professional services and solutions that help counter the threat of global terrorism and strengthen the Army.
As a trusted partner with the Army, CACI employees work side-by-side with soldiers to improve readiness and mission effectiveness by delivering
- Enterprise IT and network services
- Biometrics services
- Data, information and knowledge management services
- Business system solutions
- Logistics support
- Training support and recruiting and retention services
- C4ISR systems integration
- Cyber solutions
- Integrated security and intelligence solutions
- Program management and SETA support services
Our understanding of the Army's needs puts us in the right position to fully support the warfighter and have a direct impact on soldiers in the field.
The major Army recipients of these services are the
- Army Materiel Command, especially the CECOM Life Cycle Management Command (LCMC) and the Research Development Engineering Command (RDECOM)
- Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM)
- Forces Command (FORSCOM)
- Army National Guard
- Several Program Executive Officers (PEOs)
- PEO C3T
- PEO EIS
- PEO I&EWS
- PEO Soldier
- Joint PEO for Chemical and Biological Defense.
CACI is a very active, sustaining, corporate member of the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) and boasts leadership of several AUSA Chapters, annually. CACI also is a sustaining member of the National Guard Association of the U.S. (NGAUS), the Reserve Officers Association (ROA) and participates in important activities and standing committees of these great organizations.
CACI has had a long standing relationship with the Navy that goes back to our earliest days. As an example, we have continued to support the Naval Supply Command in the area of logistics planning and accountability for decades.
In addition to the Naval Supply Command, CACI has support contracts with each of the major systems commands as well as other major Navy commands such as Military Sealift Command, DON CIO, OPNAV, NETWARCOM and the Marine Corps. A substantial part of our total annual revenues are generated in direct support to the Department of the Navy.
CACI is a corporate member of the Navy League of the United States and the Naval Reserve Association. CACI proudly supports Navy League events throughout the year. Our Chairman, Jack London, was awarded the prestigious Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz Award by the Navy League in 2007.
The Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz Award honors a leader of industry who has made a major contribution to our nation's maritime strength and/or enhanced our national security. In selecting the Nimitz Award recipient, the committee will select the person that best exemplifies the leadership, statesmanship and dedication to our country that was exhibited by the award's namesake, Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz. This award is a reflection of the esteem CACI is held by the Navy League in support of the Sea Services.
Other Defense Agencies
CACI provides mission critical business systems solutions, IT infrastructure services, enterprise architecture, plus acquisition and contracting support to DoD's Combat Support agencies and OSD.
Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) – CACI has supported DISA since 1989 providing complex technical solutions and services worldwide. CACI is one of the principal service providers for the implementation, operation and maintenance of DoD's premier communications backbone known as the Defense Information System Network (DISN). We sustain mission critical networks such as the NIPRNet, SIPRNet, DISN Transport and DISN Video Services, among others.
In support of DISA CACI also provides global net-centric solutions to our nation's warfighters under all conditions of peace and war. CACI is the predominant IT services provider supporting a highly sensitive DISA agency that designs, operates and maintains presidential communication systems.
Missile Defense Agency (MDA) – As the market leader in contracting and acquisition support, CACI has supported the MDA since 1993 by providing complex contracting and acquisition services. CACI's expertise has been pivotal in evolving and transforming MDA's mission over many years. CACI's services are essential to awarding multiple billion dollar missile defense systems and associated services contracts. This cornerstone program has led CACI to become the premier contracting and acquisition support contractor and for the entire DoD and federal civilian marketplace.
Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) – Since 2001 CACI has supported the OSD CIO with standardizing and consolidating the OSD component IT Infrastructure to improve network performance and to leverage IT solutions across the OSD enterprise. They are utilizing CACI's thought leaders to provide extensive enterprise architecture expertise in the areas of information sharing, IT Infrastructure consolidation, NII (National Information Integration) policy and transition planning.
DoD Business Transformation Agency (BTA) – CACI has worked closely with the BTA and its predecessor organizations in support of the development of the Business Enterprise Architecture (BEA) and the Enterprise Transition Plan (ETP) since the inception of these documents. These documents provide a blueprint and roadmap to guide the capabilities developed for DoD business operations.
CACI is a yearly exhibitor, sponsor and active participant in DISA's Customer-Partnership Conference sponsored by AFCEA. CACI joined NCOIC (Net-Centric Operations Industry Consortium) as a plank member and continues to support NCOIC as an active Tier-3 member.