CACI REMOTE ACCESS SOLUTIONS
CACI has a range of remote access tools for offsite employees who need to connect to resources inside CACIís private network. Pick and choose which remote access options work best for you:

CACI Application Portal
CACI Webmail
CACI Intranet Portal
CACI VPN
iPass
Summary


CACI APPLICATION PORTAL
What is it?
The Application Portal is a web front page to specific CACI information resources and tools available via the Internet. The Portal is accessed through a web browser at http://apps.caci.com, and requires no client software installation.
What can I access with it?
Electronic Timekeeping (WebET), CACI Webmail, the CACI Intranet Portal, Enterprise Software Downloads, Sametime Webconnect, Policy and Guidelines, the Forms and Resources Library, CACI Virtual University (CVU), and the external CACI website. 
What do I need in order to use it?
A computer with an Internet connection, and a current web browser. Specific applications that are accessible from the Application Portal have their own relevant access requirements.
From where can I access this?
Any Internet connected computer.

CACI WEBMAIL
What is it?
  Microsoft Outlook is the enterprise messaging and calendaring application used by CACI.You can access Outlook Web Access (OWA) from a PC outside of CACIís private network at https://owa.caci.com. Enter your network User name and Password to access your mailbox (User name in the format caci\username).
What can I access with it? 
Your email, calendar and contacts. Email archives are not available in OWA.
What do I need in order to use it?
A computer with an Internet connection.
From where can I access this?
Any Internet connected computer.

CACI INTRANET PORTAL
What is it?
  The Intranet Portal allows you to securely access a group of resources inside the CACI network through a web browser at https://portal.caci.com, and requires no client software installation.
What can I access with it? 
CACIís intranet website (CACINet), the Business Information Gateway (BIG), websites or web-based applications on CACIís private network, and files on Windows network shares.  Some applications such as Lotus Notes can be accessed provided the client software is installed and configured for use through the portal. 
What do I need in order to use it? 
Youíll need 1) a CACI network account and 2) a SecurID token (Form240).
From where can I access this? 
Any computer on an Internet connected network that allows SSL. If you can access WebET from your location, Intranet Portal access should be fine.

CACI Virtual Private Networking (CACI VPN)
What is it?
VPN allows you to securely access any resource inside the CACI network from a remote computer that has the VPN client software installed on it. VPN is a good option if youíre working over a high-speed Internet connection and need access to a wide range of resources.
What can I access with it?
Everything you have access to at your CACI office is available remotely when you are working through a VPN connection, providing the correct client software is installed on the remote computer.
What do I need in order to use it?
Youíll need 1) a CACI network account, 2) a SecurID token (Form240), and 3) the VPN client software. If you plan on using client/server applications, such as Lotus Notes, youíll also need the client software for those applications installed.
From where can I access this?
Any computer on an Internet connected network that will support VPN traffic.

iPass
What is it?
  iPass is an easy to use Internet dial application supplied by CACI that  you can use to connect to the Internet simply and securely from almost anywhere in the world.  Usage charges for iPass are directed back to your CACI department.
What can I access with it?
The iPass software provides Internet connectivity. You must still use Webmail; the Intranet Portal, or VPN to access resources inside CACIís private network.
What do I need in order to use it?
Youíll need 1) a CACI network account and 2) the iPass client software installed on your computer.
From where can I access this? Any of these three possibilities: Anywhere you can get a phone line. Any hotel room listed in the iPass phonebook under wired broadband. Any Wireless LAN (Wi-Fi) hotspot listed in the iPass phonebook under wireless broadband, provided you have a working Wireless LAN network card. The iPass phonebook is located at http://www.ipass.com and also in the iPass software client itself. 

IN SUMMARY

If you need access to this CACI resource...

You can get to it from outside CACI's private network by using this remote access method...
 

 

Internet
Only

Internet +
Application Portal

Internet +
Lotus Notes Client

Internet +
Intranet Portal

Internet +
CACI VPN

WebET

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WebMail

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Lotus Notes e-mail & databases

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Business Information Gateway (BIG)

 

 

 

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Shared files on CACI's private network

 

 

 

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CACI Virtual University (CVU)

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Forms & Resources Library

 

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Web-based applications on CACI's private network

 

 

 

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(You can obtain local-call internet access around the globe using iPass)

♦♦♦ = Easiest access method, highly recommended
♦♦ = Available as a redundant access method if easiest method is unavailable
= Available but not recommended, use only if no other methods are available

NOTE: If you are still not sure if these options meet your remote access needs or if you need further explanation, please contact the CIS Technical Assistance Center (cistac@caci.com, or 703-679-3200). CIS can also assist you in obtaining, installing, and using these applications and services.