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Ken Asbury, Jack London Cite CACI Innovation in High Fortune Ranking

Ken Asbury
Ken Asbury

TYSONS CORNER, VA March 3, 2015 — Executive Mosaic — GovCon Executive reported Monday on CACI International making it to Fortune magazine’s Most Admired Companies list for 2015.

Jack London
Jack London

The business publication’s annual poll ranked the Arlington firm sixth worldwide in the information technology services category.

CACI President and CEO Ken Asbury said the recognition “affirms CACI’s reputation as a top IT innovator, ” while Executive Chairman Jack London cited the company’s “unique culture of ethics and integrity… and value we bring to our customers’ missions” also contributed to its top scores.

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