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CACI Pays Tribute to Dr. Jack London at Okla. Shared Services Center Grand Opening

Jack London

CACI International (NYSE: CACI) celebrated on Tuesday the grand opening of its Dr. J.P. London Shared Services Center in Oklahoma City, Okla. The SSC is named after CACI Executive Chairman and Chairman of the Board Jack London, a two-time Wash100 winner.

Dr. London, an Oklahoma native, was joined at the event by CACI CEO and President Ken Asbury, a five-time Wash100 recipient, Chief Operating Officer John Mengucci and SSC Executive Vice President Tom Nesteruk.

Other attendees included Gov. Mary Fallin, former Oklahoma Gov. Frank Keating, CACI Board Director Jim Gilmore and Dr. London’s wife, Dr. Jennifer London.

CACI established the center in an effort to create a support structure for the information technology services contractor’s business operations as well as future acquisition, employee growth, research and development efforts.

The company said Dr. London still has close ties to the region and his family members who reside there. He and Asbury attended school in Oklahoma. To date, CACI has hired 280 employees from the Oklahoma City area and intends to continue recruitment initiatives across the region.

(Pictured left to right): Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin, Dr. Jack London, Dr. Jennifer London, former Oklahoma Gov. Frank Keating and CACI Board Director Jim Gilmore

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