CACI International, Inc. (NYSE: CACI) announced today that Chairman of the Board, Dr. Jack London, has been chosen for induction as a laureate in the Washington Business Hall of Fame.
The award honors individuals who have made a significant impact on the Greater Washington Region through their business excellence, leadership, and community involvement. The annual selection of the laureates is selected by the three founding organizations: The Greater Washington Board of Trade, Junior Achievement of the National Capital Area, and The Washingtonian.
Since joining CACI in 1972, Dr. London’s strategic leadership has helped the once small consulting firm mature into a worldwide presence among professional services and IT companies. His involvement in the company’s robust mergers and acquisition program has brought CACI over 45 acquisitions.
Commenting on his award, CACI President and CEO Paul Cofoni said, “Jack London has long been a strong and dynamic business leader for all of us at CACI and for the entire government contracting community. We congratulate him for this latest recognition as an inductee into the Washington Business Hall of Fame. We look forward to Jack’s continuing contributions to our company’s growth and to the support we provide our customers.”
Dr. London expressed his feelings towards the announcement. He said, “I am honored to receive this most prestigious recognition on behalf of everyone at CACI. I am quite proud of the fact that CACI has such a fine record of loyal and dedicated service to America’s national security, its armed forces, intelligence agencies and the many vital operations of our government. CACI people and our management team are truly special. They are the reason for the company’s growth and success. With our company headquarters and so many of our key operations located here in the Greater Washington Region, it is very gratifying to join such a distinguished group of fellow Washingtonians who have clearly made a positive impact on business in this area.”
The annual event will take place November 30, 2010.