CACI Named First Federal System Integrator in the GitLab Partner Program

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CACI International Inc. announced that it has joined the GitLab Partner Program as the first federal system integrator. This program enables CACI to best leverage GitLab’s DevOps platform to deliver software faster (velocity) and more efficiently while strengthening security and compliance.

CACI is a national security company bringing distinctive technology and expertise to agile software development at scale for its U.S. Government customers. GitLab provides the DevOps platform that can shorten the system development lifecycle and provide continuous delivery of high-quality, secure software.

“Software development is central to the expertise and technology we provide,” said Glenn Kurowski, CACI’s Chief Technology Officer. “We employ agile principles applied at scale, open and modern software architectures, and DevSecOps. With GitLab’s DevOps platform, we can accelerate complex software development efforts, improve quality, and reduce the time to develop the new capabilities our national security and IT modernization customers require.”

GitLab helps transform the software development environment by ushering in the era of a comprehensive DevSecOps platform.

“As a leader in agile software development with large IT modernization and software development engagements, CACI is an ideal partner to become the first Federal Systems Integrator in our Partner Program,” said Bob Stevens, area vice president, GitLab Federal, LLC. “GitLab helps government agencies achieve their missions through a complete DevOps Platform, offering a single application to manage the end-to-end software development lifecycle to deliver efficient and secure software. CACI shares similar goals in making this happen for the government, focused on achieving outcomes across their software development portfolio, creatively leveraging GitLab through implementation and migration services, and elevating software developer tradecraft.”



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