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CACI Names Jennifer Mehall Background Investigations Team SVP

b-w-world-peopleJennifer Mehall, formerly vice president of operations at Alaska Native government services contractor Chenega Corp., has been named senior vice president of the background investigation services group at CACI International (NYSE: CACI).

Mehall will lead a team that provides background investigation support services to the Office of Personnel Management, CACI said Wednesday.

The company announced Mehall’s appointment a month after OPM selected CACI as one of the four companies to provide services for the agency’s current Federal Investigative Services organization and new National Background Investigations Bureau under a five-year, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

Mehall is a certified Project Management Professional who spent three years at Chenega and served in leadership roles such as director of business operations and president of Chenega’s Time Solutions subsidiary.

She worked for more than a decade at security-based information and service platforms provider USIS and held senior leadership positions such as VP of support services, business unit director and head of contractor group.

CACI also cited the appointment of Antoine “Tony” Azar, formerly vice president and general manager of civilian and healthcare services at Harris Corp. (NYSE: HRS), as senior VP of health.

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