Marines aviation to get support from CACI

The Marines have awarded a five-year contract worth $15.6 million to CACI International Inc. for delivery of support services for aviation logistics to Marine Corps Forces-Atlantic.

Among services the Arlington, Va., company will perform are inventory analysis and planning, training and financial management analysis. CACI also will assist with the design, prototyping and evaluation of new logistics applications.

The services, which will be done at facilities at home and abroad, are to support logistics operations as well as future requirements. The company's work for the Marine Corps is a major part of its engineering and logistics business.

Roseanne Gerin is a staff writer for Government Computer News' sister publication, Washington Technology.

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