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Donald Fulop, Suzan Zimmerman Join CACI Business Development Team

CACI logo_EbizCACI International (NYSE: CACI) has hired Daniel Fulop, a 20-year veteran of Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT), and 25-year industry veteran Suzan Zimmerman to the business development team.

Fulop was appointed executive vice president for business development and Zimmerman was named senior VP for strategic campaigns, CACI announced Tuesday.

Both appointees will report directly to Ken Asbury, president and CEO.

Suzan Zimmerman
Suzan Zimmerman

Fulop most recently served as VP of business development at Lockheed and also held responsibility for operations and strategic planning.

Lockheed credits Fulop with booking more than $12 billion in new business and delivering win rates of more than 80 percent.

He worked as a consultant to GovCon firms after retiring from Lockheed in 2011 and served as a program manager and director at Harris Corp  before joining Lockheed.

Zimmerman most recently served as SVP for corporate development at QinetiQ North America and led business development for customers within the departments of Defense, Homeland Security, Transportation and State.

She also served as an SVP at Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAI), where she developed international and domestic business strategies.

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