March 21, 2019
CACI Vice President John Cockrill to Participate in AGA Panel on Leveraging Technology for Better Financial Management
CACI Vice President John Cockrill, an industry-recognized expert on IT solutions for financial systems, will participate in a panel discussion on leveraging technology for better financial management at the Association of Government Accountants (AGA) Financial Systems Summit (FSS) on March 28 in Washington, D.C. The panel is entitled “Progress with Technology with the PMA and Goals and Priorities for 2019.”
At the FSS, government and industry leaders will discuss how to improve government services through systems modernization in a budget-constrained environment. In addition to emerging technologies, other summit discussion topics will include CIO/CFO priorities, Agile software development, shared services, and cybersecurity.
CACI’s technologically advanced financial management solutions and services are in use by customers across the federal government. As a leader in the emerging area of artificial intelligence research and development, CACI builds and deploys advanced analytics solutions that process data from a wide spectrum of data categories, positioning customers to identify and mitigate sources of waste, fraud, and abuse, as well as to address risk management. CACI uses robotic process automation to enable customers to quickly and effectively automate repetitive tasks, maximizing operational efficiencies. In addition, the company offers solutions to achieve continuous improvement and automation through Agile development. In this area, CACI can leverage its Agile Solution Factory (ASF) to holistically integrate the benefits of Agile into financial management systems at an enterprise scale. The ASF’s use of advanced automation frameworks like DevSecOps further drives efficiencies in cost savings, time to market, and productivity for better financial systems and improved change management.