Todd Probert is President of National Security and Innovative Solutions (NSIS) for CACI International Inc, an international provider of mission-driven technology solutions serving defense, intelligence, and federal government customers. NSIS offers world-class capabilities in C4ISR, cybersecurity, space operations, and resiliency.
CACI leverages software enabling technology and tools to enhance, connect, and secure critical systems that advance speed to decision-making, awareness, and superiority to operate and defend across all domains. Expertise in photonics, artificial intelligence, signals intelligence, electronic warfare, secure communications, offensive and defensive cyber, and counter unmanned aerial systems deliver precision effects. Research and development labs accelerate custom solutions for tactical and strategic national security missions.
Mr. Probert joined CACI in July 2020, bringing a diverse mix of expertise in software modernization and systems engineering and integration to strategic growth initiatives. He has a successful track record of developing operational excellence across functional and business teams while achieving significant growth in technology-driven environments, managing large, complex programs and portfolios, and developing international business.
Prior to joining CACI, Mr. Probert had a distinguished career at Raytheon Technologies where he held senior leadership positions, most recently as vice president of Command and Control, Space and Intelligence. Mr. Probert led 8,000 global employees in the development, delivery, and execution of complex, high consequence engineering solutions and agile command and control, situational awareness systems for intelligence community, defense, and civil space domain missions. He led the integration of Intelligence Community and Department of Defense (DoD) product lines into a combined capability-focused organization supporting speed to decision solutions delivery across multiple domains. In addition, he directed the Mission Support and Modernization business where he spearheaded efforts to partner with the DoD and NASA to transform legacy systems into advanced capabilities for training, space launch, cybersecurity, and intelligence programs. Prior to leading business portfolios at Raytheon, Mr. Probert was the vice president of Engineering and Technology where he drove strategies, investments, and processes to enable capability, innovation, and growth across enterprise programs.
Prior to Raytheon, for 12 years, he held roles of increasing responsibility at Honeywell Technology Solutions Inc., with his last position as vice president, Strategy and Business Development. In this role, Mr. Probert was responsible for growing the business inclusive of all sales, marketing, pricing, and proposal production efforts.
Mr. Probert holds a bachelor of science in aerospace engineering from the University of Michigan. He also holds a master of science in aeronautical and astronautical engineering from Purdue University where he was named Aerospace Engineer of the Year in 2017. In 1995, he was named American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Young Engineer of the Year.