CACI Headquarters - Arlington, VA
The first HR Leadership Awards of Greater Washington Gala was held June 5, 2002 at the Hilton McLean, Tysons Corner, VA. The event, a collaborative effort by Marymount University and Training Solutions, Inc., recognizes government and industry leaders who make significant contributions to the human resources profession in the Washington, DC area. Among the awards was the Ethics in Business Award, in honor of CACI Chairman of the Board and CEO, Dr. J.P. (Jack) London, and presented to Ann Denison, VP and Director of HR for SRA International, Inc.
"It is a privilege and an honor to have the first Ethics in Business Award presented in my name," said Dr. London. "I can't think of a greater tribute to CACI's cultural and ethical values." Dr. London presented a short address on the role of ethics in CACI's sustained business success.
Among the goals of the HR Leadership Awards Gala was to formally herald the efforts of those who support the heart of any organization - its people. Often the unsung heroes, HR professionals provide the work environment that supports productivity, boosts morale and promotes ethical practices.
As the vision of the HR Leadership Awards program was unfolding participants turned to Dr. London for guidance, and he immediately made himself available to provide any assistance needed. CACI is well recognized as a leader in the business community by combining visionary technology with outstanding client support, while maintaining a corporate culture that, in the words of its Operational Philosophy, places "integrity and honesty above all else."
"At the heart of CACI's long-term success are its employees and its Employee Services department," Dr. London commented. "Thriving on challenge and excelling in a collaborative setting, CACI's employees are skilled and talented individuals who support the ideals set forth in our cultural attitudes. With a focused mandate to treat each other fairly, with mutual respect, our philosophy finds its way into all of CACI's business relationships, whether with partners, vendors, suppliers or the public at large."
CACI was highlighted in the Celebrate! HR Excellence, a supplement to the June 2002 issue of the Washington Business Journal, page 5.