Steven H. Weiss is Executive Vice President for Government Business Operations at CACI International Inc, a $3.8 billion information solutions and services company. He is responsible for the management and strategic planning of all corporate contracts, subcontracts, procurement, property and pricing functions. Additionally, he serves on the Board of Directors of AC FIRST, a joint venture between CACI and AECOM that provides logistic services to the U.S. Army. Mr. Weiss leads strategic initiatives regarding the negotiation of corporate-wide vendor agreements, including direct oversight of CACI's travel program. In addition, Mr. Weiss serves as CACI's Corporate Ombudsman.
Mr. Weiss brings 30 years of senior-level operations and acquisition management experience to CACI and its customers. This includes working closely with the line organizations, trouble-shooting complex problems, and building strategic vendor and customer relationships. As a member of CACI's senior management team, Mr. Weiss is also very active in the mergers and acquisitions process as well as developing business and pricing strategies for current and future endeavors.
Prior to joining CACI, Mr. Weiss was employed by Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) for 18 years. While at SAIC, Mr. Weiss was a Senior Vice President for Administration and Associate Director of Corporate Contracts reporting to SAIC's Chief Operating Officer. He was highly valued for the expertise he contributed to creative management and relationship-building involving highly visible programs with the U.S. Air Force and Army, the Intelligence Community and many other international and commercial clients.
Prior to joining SAIC, Mr. Weiss held business development, project management and contracts administration positions at Whittaker Microwave and DBA Systems.
Additionally, Mr. Weiss spent 20 years on active duty and in the Air Force Reserves.
He holds a BS in Business Management from the University of Florida and a MS Degree in Public Administration from Troy State University.