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CACI Names Mary Good EVP, HR Head; Daniel Allen Comments

Mary Good, CACI

CACI International Inc. (NYSE: CACI) has appointed Mary Good executive vice president and chief human resources officer, CACI announced Monday.

Good will work with CACI’s executives, business groups and staff organizations to align CACI’s human resources goals with company-wide goals and initiatives.

Good will direct strategy for human capital functions, focusing on employee and leadership development and talent management initiatives.

Daniel Allen, CACI

Daniel Allen, CACI’s president of U.S. operations, said Good will provide strategic direction to support the company’s initiatives in building its workforce.

Good previously served as human resources senior vice president for SRA International Inc., where she oversaw employee relations, compensation, recruiting, training and development.

Good also previously served as human resources senior vice president at educational software firm Blackboard Inc., where she oversaw the company’s human resources initiatives relating to acquisition and international expansion.

Good also developed leadership and succession programs at Blackboard.

Good’s experience also includes 15 years at American Management Systems, where she led strategic projects that included a global employee relations program.

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