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CACI CEO Paul Cofoni to Retire Dec. 1, Dan Allen Named Successor

Paul Cofoni

CACI International Inc. President and CEO Paul Cofoni will retire from the company as of Dec. 1, the company announced Thursday.

Dan Allen, who was named president of U.S. operations in January, will assume the president and CEO roles July 1, when Cofoni will become chief adviser to Executive Chairman of the Board Jack London.

Cofoni touched on Allen’s role with the company and discussed its fiscal year 2012 plan in an executive spotlight interview with ExecutiveBiz in December 2011.

Allen joined the company as COO of U.S. operations in March 2011, bringing 30 years of experience in leading the development and delivery of information solutions in intelligence, cyberspace and enterprise information technology services for intelligence, defense and civilian clients.

Dan Allen

John Mengucci, currently chief operating officer of U.S. operations, will become COO of CACI and president of U.S. operations, also effective July 1.

Cofoni joined the company as president of U.S. Operations in August 2005 and elevated to president and CEO in July 2007.

Over that time, the company has grown from a staff of approximately 9, 500 workers to currently having around 14, 600 employees.

The company also more than doubled its revenue from $1.6 billion in 2005 to its current projection of $3.8 billion for fiscal year 2012, with more than 20 acquisitions helping drive gains.

Last year, Cofoni was recognized as Executive of the Year at the Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards in the category of companies with annual revenue greater than $300 million.

He also created the company’s program for recruiting veterans with disabilities.

Mengucci joined the company in February 2012 after previously serving as president of Lockheed Martin’s (NYSE: LMT) civil product line for the information systems and global solutions business unit.

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