CACI Headquarters - Arlington, VA
On March 16 Federal Computer Week (FCW) presented CACI Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer Dr. J.P. (Jack) London with its auspicious Eagle Award for outstanding contributions to the federal information technology (IT) community. One government official and one industry executive are selected annually from the FCW "Federal 100" award winners for their outstanding achievements in the development, acquisition or management of federal IT during the past year.
The Federal 100 winners are nominated by FCW readers and chosen by an independent panel of judges. Winners have contributed significantly to the government's presence and impact on the Internet and help federal agencies take advantage of advanced, Internet-based technologies. Specifically, Dr. London and CACI were recognized for their unwavering patriotic and technological commitment to America's armed forces during the war on terrorism, as well as for fielding and supporting sophisticated intelligence solutions and other services.
Describing his support for the federal IT community, and defense organizations in particular, Dr. London said, "History will surely judge how we faced this challenge to our way of life. I'm here to tell you that CACI stands with all of you. Our IT solutions help in two ways - in defending the frontlines, and in protecting against the fault lines. We are ever vigilant in our relentless pursuit of innovation and excellence."
Dr. London went on to acknowledge and thank every CACI team member for their hard work in making this award possible.
During their 15-year history the Federal 100s have reflected the changing priorities of government information technology. Under the early leadership of Franklin Reeder, chief of the Office of Management and Budget's information policy branch, as well as FCW leaders Edith Holmes and Anne Armstrong, they have become the premier individual awards in the government IT community.