Leadership
Leadership
Overview

Corporate Social Responsibility

A Message from our Chairman & CEO

For more than 57 years, it has been CACI’s duty to remain ever vigilant in helping our customers meet their greatest enterprise and mission challenges in national security and government modernization. Our ability to deliver on our mission is rooted, in part, to our strong corporate social responsibility towards our customers, our employees, and our stakeholders.

Business Ethics & Integrity
Overview

CACI’s ethics, principles, and practices uphold the highest standards in the industry. Our leadership, employees, consultants, valued partners, and suppliers alike advocate and follow these ethical principles and business practices.

The following links point to our ethics and business conduct, by-laws, compliance, and hotline program.

Standards of Ethics and Business Conduct

Director’s Code of Business Ethics and Conduct

By-Laws

Compliance

Hotline Program

Anti-Bribery

CACI is committed to delivering its solutions in accordance with the highest ethical and legal standards in all areas of the world in which we operate. This includes strict compliance with both U.S. and international anti-bribery laws and regulations. CACI strictly prohibits all forms of bribery or other improper payments anywhere in the world, whether they involve government officials or are wholly commercial, and requires that all international opportunities and activities be pursued and executed in strict compliance with the FCPA, and other applicable anti-bribery laws and regulations. CACI’s Anti-Bribery Compliance Policy outlines our formal practices and procedures with respect to all international opportunities and activities and identifies internal stakeholders responsible for ensuring we uphold our standard of excellence.

Export Controls

Trade controls are an essential component of U.S. national security and foreign policy and are essential to the integrity of CACI’s business. They protect our nation by safeguarding American technology and preventing military technology proliferation by our nation’s adversaries. As a company dedicated to serving customers that defend and protect the U.S., CACI remains ever vigilant in complying with applicable U.S. trade controls laws, including but not limited to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), Export Administration Regulations (EAR), and the economic sanctions regulations administered by the U.S. Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). Our good character and commitment to always doing the right thing demand nothing less. 

CACI has a comprehensive, company-wide trade compliance program with detailed policies and procedures designed to ensure trade compliance. CACI’s Global Trade Compliance Office manages the program’s implementation with a dedicated staff of trade compliance subject matter experts. As part of its trade compliance program, CACI provides all employees annual trade compliance training as well as access to other corporate resources to help employees familiarize themselves with trade control requirements.

Counterfeit Parts Prevention

CACI fully understands the necessity in today’s supply chain environment for technology providers to remain vigilant and implement adequate controls, processes, and procedures to detect and guard against purchasing counterfeit electronic parts (CEP). With an increasingly complex and global supply chain, we are ever mindful of the need for extra diligence in identifying, tracking, inspecting, and managing CEPs throughout the supply chain to ensure product authenticity and that critical parts are not compromised. Our approach to managing the flow of materials and successfully mitigating the risks of CEPs involve training and awareness and understanding the programmatic and technical risks at all levels of the supply chain to include, source selection, detection, tracking, reporting, and disposition of the defective or compromised parts.

Governance

Overview

CACI’s ethics, principles, and practices uphold the highest standards in the industry. Our leadership, employees, consultants, valued partners, and suppliers alike advocate and follow these ethical principles and business practices.

The following links point to our ethics and business conduct, by-laws, compliance, and hotline program.

Standards of Ethics and Business Conduct

Director’s Code of Business Ethics and Conduct

By-Laws

Compliance

Hotline Program

Anti-Bribery

CACI is committed to delivering its solutions in accordance with the highest ethical and legal standards in all areas of the world in which we operate. This includes strict compliance with both U.S. and international anti-bribery laws and regulations. CACI strictly prohibits all forms of bribery or other improper payments anywhere in the world, whether they involve government officials or are wholly commercial, and requires that all international opportunities and activities be pursued and executed in strict compliance with the FCPA, and other applicable anti-bribery laws and regulations. CACI’s Anti-Bribery Compliance Policy outlines our formal practices and procedures with respect to all international opportunities and activities and identifies internal stakeholders responsible for ensuring we uphold our standard of excellence.

Export Controls

Trade controls are an essential component of U.S. national security and foreign policy and are essential to the integrity of CACI’s business. They protect our nation by safeguarding American technology and preventing military technology proliferation by our nation’s adversaries. As a company dedicated to serving customers that defend and protect the U.S., CACI remains ever vigilant in complying with applicable U.S. trade controls laws, including but not limited to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), Export Administration Regulations (EAR), and the economic sanctions regulations administered by the U.S. Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). Our good character and commitment to always doing the right thing demand nothing less. 

CACI has a comprehensive, company-wide trade compliance program with detailed policies and procedures designed to ensure trade compliance. CACI’s Global Trade Compliance Office manages the program’s implementation with a dedicated staff of trade compliance subject matter experts. As part of its trade compliance program, CACI provides all employees annual trade compliance training as well as access to other corporate resources to help employees familiarize themselves with trade control requirements.

Counterfeit Parts Prevention

CACI fully understands the necessity in today’s supply chain environment for technology providers to remain vigilant and implement adequate controls, processes, and procedures to detect and guard against purchasing counterfeit electronic parts (CEP). With an increasingly complex and global supply chain, we are ever mindful of the need for extra diligence in identifying, tracking, inspecting, and managing CEPs throughout the supply chain to ensure product authenticity and that critical parts are not compromised. Our approach to managing the flow of materials and successfully mitigating the risks of CEPs involve training and awareness and understanding the programmatic and technical risks at all levels of the supply chain to include, source selection, detection, tracking, reporting, and disposition of the defective or compromised parts.

Doing Business with CACI

CACI has a successful history of developing long-term, mutually beneficial partnerships with our valued suppliers. If you are interested in becoming a supplier, please join the CACI Supplier Network by accessing our Supplier Portal. The following steps will help prepare you to engage the appropriate CACI business segment:

  • Do your homework to understand how your products and or services compliment CACI’s core capabilities and identify a few target businesses opportunities or programs. 
  • Work with CACI’s Small Business Advocacy Office (SBAO) to determine areas of interest and best fit.
  • Attend CACI Small Business Open House events (visit our Small Business Partnership page for current schedule of events).
  • Review supplier resources and training on the Supplier Portal.
Procurement

As an expertise and technology provider, procurement’s principal role is to ensure timely end-to-end support and delivery of products and services that meet the critical supply chain needs of our national security and enterprise modernization clients. To achieve that end, we employ automated agile processes, and predictive analytics, and most importantly, we leverage strategic partnerships with our diverse supplier base which is predominantly comprised of small businesses. 

Our policies, procedures, and governance model conform to the ethical, social, and business conduct standards of CACI. Combined, they provide the framework that address how the organization manages its resources, interact with suppliers, and define the business practices that guide the decisions and actions of all Procurement personnel. 

To ensure our personnel are adequately trained and equipped to support a myriad of diverse program needs, CACI has invested in a robust supply chain training program that includes formal classroom courses, seminars, mentoring, and on-the-job training. More than 50 courses are offered annually, focusing on improving program level support and procurement effectiveness through increased customer engagement.

Approach and Sourcing Methodology

Our approach to assembling highly effective subcontract teams and maximizing small business participation is to partner with companies that share our core values and strong commitment to delivering high quality products and solutions. Our sourcing methodology is largely centered around the competitive acquisition process which affords a broad spectrum of both large, small, equal opportunity, and socio-economically diverse suppliers to fill positions and participate as team members in support of the important work we do for our national security customers.

Ethics and Business Conduct

Procurement continually strives to deliver focused support, with an emphasis on responsiveness to our customer community without compromising compliance, ethics and integrity. CACI has a long-standing commitment to the ethical principles and practices in our business conduct which are reinforced to all employees in CACI's Standards of Ethics and Business Conduct. We look to partner with suppliers that share our values and that agree to adhere to the same high ethical standards and business code of conduct to include maintaining a workforce environment that:

  • Provides equal opportunity to all its employees without regard to their race, color, creed, religion, gender, age, national origin, citizenship status, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, marital, or veteran status, or any other protected status.
  • Provides an environment that is free from all forms of discrimination and harassment, including sexual harassment.
  • Provides an environment that protects the health and safety of its employees and complies with all federal, state and local health and safety laws and regulations. 

CACI maintains a Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) approved purchasing system and adheres to all the requirements prescribed under the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR). When contracting on behalf of our federal government clients, we require our suppliers and their employees, and any lower-tier providers to comply with all applicable laws and federal regulations, our business ethics and integrity, as well as CACI contractual provisions to include:

  • Gratuities 
  • Combating Trafficking in Persons
  • Suspect/Counterfeit Parts
  • Knowledge of Child Labor for Listed End Products
  • Hazardous Material Identification
  • Contract Work Hours & Safety Standards Act Overtime Compensation
  • Professional and Ethical Standards of Conduct
  • Anti-Corruption/ Anti-Kickback Requirements
  • Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action
  • Conflict Minerals
  • Utilization of Small Business Concerns
  • Prohibition of Segregated Facilities
Qualifying Our Suppliers

Strong and effective supplier partnerships are a key component of our comprehensive expertise and technology products offerings. Our suppliers are carefully screened and vetted to ensure they meet CACI responsibility standards and quality requirements. The supplier qualification process includes pre-award financial, performance, social responsibility, and information security risk assessments. 

Supplier Diversity

CACI fully supports the federal government’s commitment to sustain and assist the growth and development of small businesses through its contract awards with large businesses. CACI has maintained an active and successful small business subcontracting program for more than 30 years. We are keen to include small businesses as an integral part of our subcontracting strategy as they bring diverse skillsets and niche capabilities that help us respond to a broad range of client requirements. Since the program’s inception, CACI has partnered with thousands of small, small disadvantaged, women-owned small, HUBZone-small, veteran-owned small, and service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses, many of which have subsequently grown into large businesses. CACI has an established Small Business Advocacy Office (SBAO), that works with our small business partners to enhance their capabilities and increase the opportunities to grow their business. The SBAO is responsible for focused and targeted small business outreach to include hosting open house events and attending trade shows, job fairs, and industry days. We are proud of the work that we do with small businesses in general and with veteran-owned small businesses, having awarded more than 60% of our subcontracting dollars to small businesses and 22% to veteran-owned small businesses in FY2019.

Mentor Protégé Program

CACI understands the important role that large businesses play in mentoring and providing opportunities to small businesses which helps to develop capabilities and employee skillsets and expand their service offerings. CACI has a well-established and award-winning Mentor Protégé Program. CACI received two of the prestigious Nunn-Perry Awards in FY2019 for outstanding Mentor Protégé Program. Currently, there are five small businesses in our Mentor Protégé Program receiving a broad range of management, technical, and developmental assistance. 

Supplier Diversity Recognition

2019  -  Two Nunn-Perry Awards for excellence in DoD Mentor-Protégé Program

2018  -  Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum (SECAF) Mentor of the Year Finalist

2018 to 2011  -  Nine time National Veterans Small Business Coalition “Champion of Veteran Enterprise Award”  

2016  -  Nunn-Perry Awards for excellence in DoD Mentor-Protégé Program

2016  -  SECAF Small Business Partner of the Year

2016  -  GovStar Industry Star Award – SmartCEO Magazine

2016  -  AFCEA International Small Business Advocate of the Year

2014  -  Nunn-Perry Awards for excellence in DoD Mentor-Protégé Program

Supplier Portal (P2P)

CACI employs a series of collaborative eSourcing, and eProcurement tools that reside within our P2P supplier portal to securely transmit information and data and manage critical supplier relationships in a paperless environment. CACI suppliers can register their credentials, respond to RF(x) sourcing events, submit certifications, acknowledge orders, record their time, and track pending invoice payments via an interactive secure supplier portal. Our supplier portal facilitates accurate and timely supplier communications which improves response time to customers.

Supply Chain Risk Management

Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM) is an integral part of our procurement processes that spans across all business functions to ensure the authenticity and trustworthiness of electronic components and products and services at all stages of the acquisition life cycle. It is CACI’s policy to identify, assess, and mitigate the risk of counterfeit electronic parts and cybersecurity threats throughout our entire supply chain.

Supplier Cybersecurity

Beginning in late 2020, DoD contracts will incorporate a Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) certification process that measures a company’s ability to protect Federal Contract Information (FCI) and Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI). CACI suppliers are responsible for complying with the associated DFARS requirements and meet the stated maturity level in order to perform work for the DoD on behalf of CACI. Accredited third party assessors will be responsible for independently determining whether internal information systems of companies that perform DoD work have the required cybersecurity controls in place to meet the cyber maturity level assigned to the prime contract. If a company’s systems have not been assessed to meet the required maturity level, the company will not be eligible for award.

CACI strongly encourages your company to visit the CMMC website to learn more about how it could impact your business.

https://www.acq.osd.mil/cmmc/index.html
https://www.cmmcab.org/
https://csrc.nist.gov/publications/detail/sp/800-171/rev-1/final

Supply Chain

Doing Business with CACI

CACI has a successful history of developing long-term, mutually beneficial partnerships with our valued suppliers. If you are interested in becoming a supplier, please join the CACI Supplier Network by accessing our Supplier Portal. The following steps will help prepare you to engage the appropriate CACI business segment:

  • Do your homework to understand how your products and or services compliment CACI’s core capabilities and identify a few target businesses opportunities or programs. 
  • Work with CACI’s Small Business Advocacy Office (SBAO) to determine areas of interest and best fit.
  • Attend CACI Small Business Open House events (visit our Small Business Partnership page for current schedule of events).
  • Review supplier resources and training on the Supplier Portal.
Procurement

As an expertise and technology provider, procurement’s principal role is to ensure timely end-to-end support and delivery of products and services that meet the critical supply chain needs of our national security and enterprise modernization clients. To achieve that end, we employ automated agile processes, and predictive analytics, and most importantly, we leverage strategic partnerships with our diverse supplier base which is predominantly comprised of small businesses. 

Our policies, procedures, and governance model conform to the ethical, social, and business conduct standards of CACI. Combined, they provide the framework that address how the organization manages its resources, interact with suppliers, and define the business practices that guide the decisions and actions of all Procurement personnel. 

To ensure our personnel are adequately trained and equipped to support a myriad of diverse program needs, CACI has invested in a robust supply chain training program that includes formal classroom courses, seminars, mentoring, and on-the-job training. More than 50 courses are offered annually, focusing on improving program level support and procurement effectiveness through increased customer engagement.

Approach and Sourcing Methodology

Our approach to assembling highly effective subcontract teams and maximizing small business participation is to partner with companies that share our core values and strong commitment to delivering high quality products and solutions. Our sourcing methodology is largely centered around the competitive acquisition process which affords a broad spectrum of both large, small, equal opportunity, and socio-economically diverse suppliers to fill positions and participate as team members in support of the important work we do for our national security customers.

Ethics and Business Conduct

Procurement continually strives to deliver focused support, with an emphasis on responsiveness to our customer community without compromising compliance, ethics and integrity. CACI has a long-standing commitment to the ethical principles and practices in our business conduct which are reinforced to all employees in CACI's Standards of Ethics and Business Conduct. We look to partner with suppliers that share our values and that agree to adhere to the same high ethical standards and business code of conduct to include maintaining a workforce environment that:

  • Provides equal opportunity to all its employees without regard to their race, color, creed, religion, gender, age, national origin, citizenship status, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, marital, or veteran status, or any other protected status.
  • Provides an environment that is free from all forms of discrimination and harassment, including sexual harassment.
  • Provides an environment that protects the health and safety of its employees and complies with all federal, state and local health and safety laws and regulations. 

CACI maintains a Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) approved purchasing system and adheres to all the requirements prescribed under the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR). When contracting on behalf of our federal government clients, we require our suppliers and their employees, and any lower-tier providers to comply with all applicable laws and federal regulations, our business ethics and integrity, as well as CACI contractual provisions to include:

  • Gratuities 
  • Combating Trafficking in Persons
  • Suspect/Counterfeit Parts
  • Knowledge of Child Labor for Listed End Products
  • Hazardous Material Identification
  • Contract Work Hours & Safety Standards Act Overtime Compensation
  • Professional and Ethical Standards of Conduct
  • Anti-Corruption/ Anti-Kickback Requirements
  • Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action
  • Conflict Minerals
  • Utilization of Small Business Concerns
  • Prohibition of Segregated Facilities
Qualifying Our Suppliers

Strong and effective supplier partnerships are a key component of our comprehensive expertise and technology products offerings. Our suppliers are carefully screened and vetted to ensure they meet CACI responsibility standards and quality requirements. The supplier qualification process includes pre-award financial, performance, social responsibility, and information security risk assessments. 

Supplier Diversity

CACI fully supports the federal government’s commitment to sustain and assist the growth and development of small businesses through its contract awards with large businesses. CACI has maintained an active and successful small business subcontracting program for more than 30 years. We are keen to include small businesses as an integral part of our subcontracting strategy as they bring diverse skillsets and niche capabilities that help us respond to a broad range of client requirements. Since the program’s inception, CACI has partnered with thousands of small, small disadvantaged, women-owned small, HUBZone-small, veteran-owned small, and service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses, many of which have subsequently grown into large businesses. CACI has an established Small Business Advocacy Office (SBAO), that works with our small business partners to enhance their capabilities and increase the opportunities to grow their business. The SBAO is responsible for focused and targeted small business outreach to include hosting open house events and attending trade shows, job fairs, and industry days. We are proud of the work that we do with small businesses in general and with veteran-owned small businesses, having awarded more than 60% of our subcontracting dollars to small businesses and 22% to veteran-owned small businesses in FY2019.

Mentor Protégé Program

CACI understands the important role that large businesses play in mentoring and providing opportunities to small businesses which helps to develop capabilities and employee skillsets and expand their service offerings. CACI has a well-established and award-winning Mentor Protégé Program. CACI received two of the prestigious Nunn-Perry Awards in FY2019 for outstanding Mentor Protégé Program. Currently, there are five small businesses in our Mentor Protégé Program receiving a broad range of management, technical, and developmental assistance. 

Supplier Diversity Recognition

2019  -  Two Nunn-Perry Awards for excellence in DoD Mentor-Protégé Program

2018  -  Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum (SECAF) Mentor of the Year Finalist

2018 to 2011  -  Nine time National Veterans Small Business Coalition “Champion of Veteran Enterprise Award”  

2016  -  Nunn-Perry Awards for excellence in DoD Mentor-Protégé Program

2016  -  SECAF Small Business Partner of the Year

2016  -  GovStar Industry Star Award – SmartCEO Magazine

2016  -  AFCEA International Small Business Advocate of the Year

2014  -  Nunn-Perry Awards for excellence in DoD Mentor-Protégé Program

Supplier Portal (P2P)

CACI employs a series of collaborative eSourcing, and eProcurement tools that reside within our P2P supplier portal to securely transmit information and data and manage critical supplier relationships in a paperless environment. CACI suppliers can register their credentials, respond to RF(x) sourcing events, submit certifications, acknowledge orders, record their time, and track pending invoice payments via an interactive secure supplier portal. Our supplier portal facilitates accurate and timely supplier communications which improves response time to customers.

Supply Chain Risk Management

Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM) is an integral part of our procurement processes that spans across all business functions to ensure the authenticity and trustworthiness of electronic components and products and services at all stages of the acquisition life cycle. It is CACI’s policy to identify, assess, and mitigate the risk of counterfeit electronic parts and cybersecurity threats throughout our entire supply chain.

Supplier Cybersecurity

Beginning in late 2020, DoD contracts will incorporate a Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) certification process that measures a company’s ability to protect Federal Contract Information (FCI) and Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI). CACI suppliers are responsible for complying with the associated DFARS requirements and meet the stated maturity level in order to perform work for the DoD on behalf of CACI. Accredited third party assessors will be responsible for independently determining whether internal information systems of companies that perform DoD work have the required cybersecurity controls in place to meet the cyber maturity level assigned to the prime contract. If a company’s systems have not been assessed to meet the required maturity level, the company will not be eligible for award.

CACI strongly encourages your company to visit the CMMC website to learn more about how it could impact your business.

https://www.acq.osd.mil/cmmc/index.html
https://www.cmmcab.org/
https://csrc.nist.gov/publications/detail/sp/800-171/rev-1/final

Our People
Our People

Our Greatest Asset – Our People

At CACI, our corporate culture defines who we are, how we act, and what we believe is our duty in conducting business and our diverse employee base who embody our culture is the driving force behind our success. Our employees’ success is our success, which is why we invest in their professional development, tuition reimbursement, diversity programs, expanded training, and certification opportunities. This focus on our employees enables us to attract and retain talent and to let everyone know that CACI is a great place to work; our company has been recognized as a Top Workplace in many locations across the U.S.

Privacy & Data Security

Internal Data Privacy Policy

At CACI, we recognize our data privacy responsibilities for managing employee and prospective employee data, customer data, as well as data collected when the public visits our web sites. CACI recognizes the need to maintain the security and confidentiality of Personally Identifiable Information (PII), Protected Health Information (PHI), and other protected data under the Privacy Act (together referred to as "sensitive data") necessary to support its mission and business.

Internally, CACI protects data by:

  1. Providing safeguard practices to ensure the security of personal information,
  2. Protecting the information against loss or theft, and
  3. Safeguarding the information from unauthorized access, disclosure, copying, use, or modification.

CACI has established an incident response process that ensures that should a data breach occur, the company will notify all affected individuals whose sensitive data may have been compromised. The notice will be accompanied by a description of actions being taken to reconcile any damage as a result of the data breach. Notices will be provided as expeditiously as possible. On our public web site, we provide transparency on what data we collect and how that data is used.

Internal Data Privacy
Leading Data Security

Commitment to Implement Leading Data Security Safeguards

CACI has implemented a Cyber Security Program to prevent, detect, and respond to malicious cyber activities that could adversely affect the confidentiality, integrity, or availability of CACI’s, or our customers' information or information systems.

The Cyber Security Program includes:

  • Security design and engineering for existing and emerging technologies
  • Awareness training
  • Identification of high value/risk information
  • Implementation of sophisticated monitoring capabilities
  • Rapid incident response.
Corporate Citizenship

CACI serves as good stewards of the environment by proactively practicing sustainability measures to reduce our environmental impact. This reflects our commitment to operate in a manner that protects the health and safety of our employees, partners, and customers, while protecting our communities. We also embody corporate citizenship through our CACI Cares Program by supporting the next generation of innovators and those who served our nation.

Click below to learn about how CACI supports

  • Environment
  • Our Philanthropic Mission
  • Investing in the Next Generation of Innovators
  • The Heroes Who Serve
  • CACI Cares - Our Volunteers
  • Philanthropic Giving
Corporate Citizenship

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