Executive Vice President, Mission Solutions and Services
Nick Farah is Executive Vice President of the Mission Solutions and Services business group for CACI International Inc. In this role, he leads CACI’s Command and Control, Communications, Logistics and Material Readiness, and Surveillance and Reconnaissance market areas serving the U.S. Army, Navy, and Defense Department, civilian and intelligence agencies, and the homeland security community.
Mr. Farah is a highly experienced leader with over 26 years of success in program management and business development. He brings a proven record of achievement in winning and executing large, complex, national and international programs in the defense industry. He excels in building effective teams, mentoring leaders, maximizing productivities and growth, and sustaining strong customer relationships.
His experience includes serving as Corporate VP of International Business Development and Strategy for L-3, strengthening the corporation’s international focus and strategy. Previous to that, Mr. Farah served as the sector president for multibillion-dollar divisions, where he was recognized for his leadership excellence and the financial performance of his teams and specialized in C4ISR technologies, aircraft systems engineering and modernization, and comprehensive lifecycle logistics support.
Mr. Farah's leadership experience also includes serving as President of Special Support Programs, which provided comprehensive logistics support operations and maintenance to U.S. Special Operations Command; Senior Vice President and Chief Operations Officer of L-3 Aerospace Systems (AS); and Senior Vice President of Surveillance Systems, where he directed the growth and managed profit and loss for programs in the maritime surveillance, coastal patrol, air-ground surveillance, SIGINT markets, and medium airlift aircraft.
Mr. Farah joined L-3 AS in 1989 as a chief engineer and was later promoted to Senior Director for Project/Chief Engineers and then Vice President of Program Excellence for all of L-3 AS. From 1986 to 1989, Farah worked for Hughes Aircraft Company, Missile Systems Group.
He holds a bachelor's degree in electrical and computer engineering from the State University of New York, and a second bachelor's in computer science from the Institut Technique Supérieur, E.L.C.