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CACI Names Raytheon, Booz Allen Vet Garnett Stowe a Natl. Solutions Group SVP; Dan Allen Comments

Garnett Stowe

CACI International (NYSE:CACI) has appointed Garnett Stowe Jr. a senior vice president and division group manager, where he will oversee national-level, Defense Department and civilian intelligence programs within the national solutions group.

The company said the 30-year veteran of the defense and intelligence sectors was previously a senior adviser and mentor to small businesses and provided consulting services in industry and government, focused primarily on defense and intelligence.

“Intelligence is very much in focus as one of CACI’s high-growth market segments, ” President and CEO Dan Allensaid, adding the company looks to position appointees with clients’ priorities.

Dan Allen

Allen succeeded Paul Cofoni as CEO in July, with Cofoni transitioning to serve as chief adviser to Jack London, executive chairman of the board.

Before joining CACI, Stowe served as VP for national intelligence programs at Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) where he led business development in the defense and intelligence sectors and managed the company’s space and intelligence team.

Before Raytheon, he was a principal at Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) and served as a business leader in the firm’s national security business segment.

According to CACI, his government service includes chief of staff at the National Reconnaissance Office; senior policy officer for the CIA director; chief of the intelligence directorate within the Defense Department inspector general’s office; and military assistant to the director of intelligence within the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

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