Oceans 12: $30M to CACI Supports Naval Aviation Training
CACI International received a $30 million contract to provide support for Naval aviation training, part of the Naval Aviation Production Process-Sustainment (NAPP-S) program. Sponsored by the Chief of Naval Air Training (CNATRA), the award is for 1 base year and 4 option years. CACI will provide management, technical, data analysis, and IT support to CNATRA. This contract extends CACI’s 11-year support of this program.
Based at the Naval Air Station in Corpus Christi, TX, CNATRA trains approximately 1,800 pilots and military flight officers as well as approximately 2,000 enlisted aircrew students each year. They also operate the famed Blue Angels aerobatic team. In 2007, CNATRA’s 722 aircraft logged 366,949 flight hours, nearly a third of the Department of the Navy total. To put those numbers in perspective, the school flew 28% of the combined Navy and Marine Corps flight hours with 19% of the aircraft.
CACI will provide technical and subject matter experts on the Navy’s current training process and metrics; process management and improvement consulting for senior naval leadership; data quality and analysis, and web-based data collection application maintenance and upkeep. The company will provide program oversight and on-site support, and manage the progress of trainees to deployment. CACI release.