Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer
Daniel G. Doody is Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer (CIO) for CACI International Inc.
As CIO, Mr. Doody has the lead responsibility for aligning CACI's information infrastructure with its organizational priorities, supporting operational excellence through the strategic use of technology, and leveraging information systems to support the company's business capture and mergers and acquisitions.
Mr. Doody possesses significant experience as a senior executive in both the private sector and federal government. Before joining CACI, he served as Senior Vice President and CIO at ManTech International. His accomplishments there included upgrading the company's financial and human resources information environments, enhancing information system security, and leading the company's program to achieve ISO 20000 IT Service Management, the international standard for quality IT service delivery.
Prior to this, Mr. Doody served in several roles with the U.S. House of Representatives, including as Deputy Chief Administrative Officer – Operations. He had direct responsibility for delivering IT operational support to House members, committees, and support offices; played lead roles in modernizing legacy information systems; and led efforts to improve continuity of operations. He has also held positions with the Department of the Navy's Information Systems and Technology enterprise and Kaman Sciences Corporation.
Mr. Doody has an MS degree in information systems technology from George Washington University and a BS degree in computer science from Park University. He also possesses a CIO certificate from CIO University and completed DoD Acquisition Professional Certification Level III (Computer & Communications Systems) information management and planning courses from the Defense Acquisition University/Information Resources Management College - Ft. McNair.