Report: Dan Allen to Join Serco Inc. as CEO; Ed Casey to Assume Intl Leadership Post

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Dan Allen

According to the Washington Business Journal, former CACI International (NYSE: CACI) President and CEO Dan Allen will join the U.S. arm of Britain-based services contractor Serco — Serco Inc. — as chief executive in December.

Jill Aitoro reports current Serco Inc. chief Ed Casey will take a leadership role with parent company Serco Group plc in England and Mike Plymack, senior vice president of Serco Inc.’s federal civilian services group, will serve as chief operating officer.

Allen will transition into the position over the next two months and focus on expanding Serco Inc. into commercial markets such as transportation and healthcare, Aitoro writes.

He stepped down from the president and CEO roles at CACI in in February and was succeeded by Ken Asbury, former ASRC Federal chief executive and nearly three-decade Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) veteran.

Allen, a three-decade GovCon industry veteran, first joined CACI in 2011 as chief operating officer and was promoted to president of U.S. operations in January 2012, then succeeded PAE Chairman Paul Cofoni as CEO of CACI in July 2012.

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Ed Casey

Casey joined Serco in 2006 and led the U.S. arm through its acquisitions of RCI in 2006 and SI International in 2008.

Serco Inc. increased its annual revenue from $400 million to nearly $1.2 billion during Casey’s tenure, the company says.

The 30-year industry veteran is the founder and former president of investment firm Lowell Partners LLC, helped with mergers and acquisitions at the The Blackstone Group and was a managing director at UBS Warburg LLC.

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