CACI nabs DHS financial services deal

The Homeland Security Department has awarded CACI International a $450 million contract to consolidate and integrate the department’s enterprise financial, acquisition and asset management systems, according to a source with the company.

According to the statement of objectives, the Transformation and Systems Consolidation (TASC) contractor will provide integration services and program management support and enterprise applications that to integrate financial, acquisition and asset management processes.

The Resource Management Transformation Office in DHS’ Office of the Chief Financial Officer will serve as the program management office. The transformation office will work in “partnership” with the contractor to analyze and develop solutions to meet the program’s cost and performance requirements, according to the statement of objectives.

“A partnership approach to the relationship should also break down common barriers to government and industry communications and organizational interfaces,” the document states.

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John Monroe is Senior Events Editor for the 1105 Public Sector Media Group, where he is responsible for overseeing the development of content for print and online content, as well as events. John has more than 20 years of experience covering the information technology field. Most recently he served as Editor-in-Chief of Federal Computer Week. Previously, he served as editor of three sister publications: civic.com, which covered the state and local government IT market, Government Health IT, and Defense Systems.

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