CACI is a leading provider of information technology and professional services to government and commercial clients, with a focus on national security, intelligence, and defense. CACI offers a range of applications and tools that can help organizations streamline their operations, improve their performance, and achieve their missions. In this article, we will review some of the best CACI apps that are available for different functions and purposes.
CACI Enterprise Services
CACI Enterprise Services is a portal that provides access to various services and resources for CACI employees and clients, such as contracts and business operations, finance and accounting, human resources, purchasing and subcontracts, security clearances, and technical assistance. CACI Enterprise Services also includes links to other CACI apps, such as CACI Policy and Resources, CACI Service Portal, CACI Virtual University, My CACI, MyIDEAS, Timekeeping, and Workday. CACI Enterprise Services requires a token when not on CACI network.
CACI Analysis and Planning System (CAPS)
CAPS is an enterprise financial planning and forecasting application that supports CACI’s business processes and decision making. CAPS enables users to create and manage budgets, forecasts, and financial reports, as well as perform analysis and modeling. CAPS integrates with Costpoint, CACI’s financial system of record, and other CACI apps, such as CACI Data Management (CDM) and Enterprise Reporting (Power BI). CAPS is a license-restricted application and requires a token and VPN software when not on CACI network.
CACI Analytic Security Tool (CAST)
CAST is a web-based application that helps CACI employees and clients monitor and manage their security posture and compliance. CAST provides real-time visibility into the status of security controls, vulnerabilities, incidents, and audits, as well as generates alerts and reports. CAST also supports risk management, remediation, and mitigation activities. CAST requires a token when not on CACI network.
CACI Virtual University (CVU)
CVU is a learning and development platform that offers a variety of courses and programs for CACI employees and clients. CVU covers topics such as technical skills, leadership, management, communication, compliance, and more. CVU also provides access to external learning resources, such as LinkedIn Learning, Skillsoft, and Pluralsight. CVU requires a token when not on CACI network.
WISER is a mobile app and a web version (WebWISER) that provide crucial, real-time information about hazardous substances, including chemical identification, physical characteristics, and human health, containment, and suppression information. WISER was developed by CACI for the National Library of Medicine (NLM) and is used by emergency responders, health professionals, and the public. WISER also supports wireless access to NLM’s TOXNET database and other online resources. WISER does not require a token or VPN software.