Logistics and Material Readiness


We understand the missions our customers must fulfill and the challenges they face. In today's constrained budgetary environment, we focus on solutions using the technologies and the management tools – backed by unmatched professional expertise – to efficiently complete mission requirements on time and within budget.

In everything we do, our focus is always on using our proven experience to provide the logistics and material support needed to keep our warfighters safe and mission ready, and to meet our nation's most critical priorities.

Representative customers and contracts include:

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CACI assists in the management of this program, which provides essential care in CONUS and in theatre for specialized medical equipment used in the evacuation of our wounded warriors from theaters of operation. The program provides total asset visibility to ensure PMI assets are transported to the location best equipped to respond with urgent care.

CACI developed the Readiness Suite, which allows our Navy customers to determine the optimal range and depth of spare parts to carry in support of maritime and aviation weapons systems through the use of RBS modeling tools. The customer can conduct impact analysis of funding, reliability, maintainability, and process changes on readiness. In addition to identifying readiness and budget impacts, CACI also conducts studies and analyses of weapon systems, either deployed or under design, as well as evaluating reliability, maintainability, supportability, performance, and related logistics characteristics.

In support of the Beyond FAST 2010 program, CACI provides more than 28 years of experience supporting the fleet with functional assistance and training for supply, financial, and maintenance systems that are centrally designed to operate afloat and ashore, analyzing these same systems to preclude or recoup material and financial losses.

With more than 28 years of experience supporting the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing (2nd MAW), CACI provides technical continuity and expertise to assess current aviation supply and maintenance operations as well as analysis, design, and development of process improvements. The 2nd MAW ALD (Aviation Logistics Department) manages and facilitates the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing's aircraft and ancillary equipment inventory, provides aviation logistical support, maintains inventory of collateral equipment, and in coordination with Operations and Comptroller Departments, manages the Flying Hour Program.

CACI used its RENovateSM methodology to incrementally reengineer the Air Force CAS. CAS is responsible for movement, shipment, receiving, maintenance, buildup/teardown, inspection, inventory, storage, and expenditure of munitions into a single, integrated system.

CACI provides total expeditionary/contingency medical support to the Air Force for the acquisition, assembly, shipment, resupply and reconstitution for all medical assemblages. CACI also provides in-garrison maintenance for Air Force and Army medical assemblages at 14 CONUS sites and also provides deployment support services and readiness percentages for the Air Force.

U.S. Army: Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) move from Fort Monmouth to Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG)

U.S. Army: Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) move from Fort Monmouth to Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG). The 2005 Congressional decision, known as BRAC, identified Fort Monmouth, New Jersey for closure and relocated the Army's C4ISR mission to APG, Maryland. As the prime contractor, CACI supported the Army’s Communications and Electronics Command (CECOM) by facilitating this time-sensitive relocation with planning, physical relocation, and operational reconstitution of the Army's C4ISR mission and business operations to a newly constructed campus on APG. This technical effort, which included highly sophisticated and classified laboratories, was completed on time and within budget.

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