Gil Guarino of CACI Talks Emerging Markets

CACI’s (NYSE: CACI) EVP of Transformation Business Solutions Gil Guarino spoke with ExecutiveBiz about a variety of topics including emerging markets:

“I believe we’ll see continued and even growing spending in the intelligence, C4ISR, asymmetrical warfare and transformation of government with the defense, intelligence and homeland security markets.  These are all areas that CACI has significant presence and is focused on growing.  The needs for solutions and services within these markets to integrate information sources and provide timely and accurate information for the war fighters, as well as to catch the “bad guys” is constant and technology’s evolving such that we’ll be able to provide innovative and cost-effective solutions to meet those needs.    In the asymmetrical warfare space, we see continued needs to provide solutions and services that will help special operations forces pre-empt and defeat the global terrorist threat.  Again, we take great pride in being able to say that we’re helping our customers work in this mission domain.  In the area of transformation of government, the need to consolidate and modernize IT infrastructures, make them secure in a Cyber world and enable the business of government through cross-functional technology solutions, becomes the key towards achieving the efficiency and effectiveness objectives of our customers which is an imperative towards being able to subsequently reinvest savings in war fighting and mission capabilities.”

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