Corporate Citizenship
CSR & ESG Overview

Corporate Citizenship

CACI embodies good citizenship through our CACI Cares Program, with our support for the next generation of innovators and serving those who served. Additionally, the company serves as good stewards for our environment in several ways. 


Sustainability helps people and organizations thrive. At CACI, we know that one of the most important ways that we can support our communities and our environment is by proactively reducing our environmental impact. From more efficient use of energy and materials to educating our employees on how to better serve as stewards of the planet, our commitment to sustainable practices extends across our three million+ square feet of space, in more than 150 facilities, in our leased real estate portfolio.

The health and safety of our employees, partners, and customers is also of paramount importance in how we conduct our business. To this end, we have implemented a comprehensive Environmental, Health and Safety policy which reflects our strong commitment at all levels of CACI management to operate in a manner that protects the health and safety of our employees, partners, customers, and communities.

CACI is committed to protecting and improving the environment. Here are examples:


Protecting the Environment Inside our Offices

  • We recycle commonly used materials such as paper, cardboard, plastic, glass, aluminum, and other materials commonly recycled. We have robust recycling programs in all leased facilities and provide recycled or recyclable products in our kitchens and pantries. 
  • Our newly built and renovated facilities within the CACI portfolio incorporate several concepts embodied within the LEED design and construction process. One of our larger offices is LEED Gold certified.
  • CACI’s design and renovation projects promote work environments where a large portion of construction debris is diverted from landfills. 
  • Within our facility portfolio, particularly for newly designed work environments, we repurpose existing furniture and fixtures where possible, and incorporate other eco-friendly measures. 
  • Trash and recycling are in shared spaces throughout the building, promoting recycling and far less use of materials needed for individual trash and recycling throughout the work environment. 
  • Energy Star certified appliances are provided as the basis of design. 
  • Low or no VOC paint finishes and adhesives are specified for all interior applications.
  • Throughout new design/build initiatives and within our facilities, we utilize architectural finishes such as carpet, resilient floors, and solid surface materials, that are high in pre- and post-consumer recycled content as the basis for CACI standards. For example, carpet used in newly designed facilities is 100% PVC-free and is recyclable into new carpet. It is Cradle-to-Cradle certified at the LEED Silver level, which is the most comprehensive material assessment available and takes into account material health, material reutilization, renewable energy, water stewardship and social fairness.
  • Mechanical and electrical considerations for newly designed facilities include our HVAC systems, which are designed to meet or exceed current applicable ASHRAE standards for energy consumption. 
  • All lighting installed in new facilities is energy compliant LED lighting, in compliance with current applicable energy codes. Lighting controls utilize occupancy/vacancy sensors to ensure that lights are not left on in unoccupied spaces and daylight harvesting is utilized along perimeter window exposure to dim artificial lighting to appropriate levels while leveraging natural light. Dimming systems also reduce overall power consumption and lengthen the life expectancy of LED fixtures, further diverting materials from landfills.
  • Other sustainability-related practices include open office planning and exposure to daylighting and views to the outdoors where feasible to promote wellness and increased productivity. 
  • IT-related initiatives include reduced desktop printer use, opting for multi-function (print/copy/scan/fax) devices only in shared areas of our work environments. CACI works with vendors to recycle unused IT equipment. We continue to focus on transitioning from paper records to digital records storage where possible and partner with vendors to shred and recycle discarded paper files.

Helping our Environment with Support from Our Employees

  • Where there is a demand, we are including bike storage in facilities which encourages environmentally friendly transportation methods. Those facilities are typically equipped with on-site fitness centers and showers, as well.
  • CACI has implemented telework programs and flexible work schedules that reduce commuting and save our employees time and reduce their carbon emissions, and we use Web conferencing when possible, to promote employee interaction and reduce carbon footprint and time associated with travel.

CACI strives to focus on environmentally friendly practices in many areas of our design, construction, material use, and recycling-based initiatives.

A healthy planet is everyone’s mission and at CACI, we remain ever vigilant in our commitment to sustainability.

Our Philanthropic Mission
Our Philanthropic Mission
Through charitable contributions and volunteerism, CACI strategically supports our next generation of innovators and the heroes who serve our great nation.
Investing in the Next Generation of Innovators

CACI strategically supports and invests in initiatives and organizations focused around Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) for our future leaders:

  • CACI proudly supports The Spookstock Foundation that provides education funding, career preparation, mentoring, and career placement to the children of fallen shadow warriors. Specifically, CACI is a proud sponsor of the Spookstock - Ken Asbury Mentorship Program, named after CACI’s former President and CEO. The program creates strong partnerships between industry leaders and students in post-high school programs, to young adults in their mid-twenties, as they prepare for their education and future careers. 
  • FIRST®(For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology). CACI supports student participation in STEM through robotic team building competitions at local elementary through high school levels. CACI employees also serve as team mentors and volunteers, encouraging students to become more involved in STEM education. Learn More
  • National Merit Scholarship Corporation. Through our long partnership with National Merit Scholarship Corporation, CACI provides scholarships to high school age children pursuing university-level education. Learn More
  • Children’s Science Center Dulles Museum and Fairfax (Virginia) Lab. CACI proudly supports the Northern Virginia Science Center Foundation, which operates the Children’s Science Center Lab in Fairfax, an interactive museum where children and families explore STEM through fun and engaging hands-on activities, and is building the Northern Virginia Science Center in Dulles, set to break ground in 2022. Learn More
  • The Center for Excellence in Education’s Research Science Institute Program. CACI supports this summer science and engineering program held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for high school students. (In 2020, the students participated virtually.) Learn More
STEM Education
The Heroes Who Serve
Veterans Philanthropy

CACI proudly supports our nation’s heroes – veterans, active troops, and their families – who have served through the following organizations:

  • Trout Unlimited Veterans Service Partnership. CACI supports veterans and wounded warriors on their rehabilitation. Learn More
  • Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors, Inc. CACI helps those who are grieving the loss of a military loved one. Learn More
  • Final Salute. CACI sponsors Ms. Veteran America, a Final Salute event that provides services and safe and suitable housing for homeless women veterans. Learn More
  • CAUSE. CACI sponsorship supports the recreation, relaxation and resiliency for thousands of injured service veterans dealing with medical care and rehabilitation costs. Learn More
Our Volunteers
CACI Cares - Our Volunteers
Our employees are busy in our local communities, generously giving time towards important initiatives that tie into our focus areas of STEM and Heroes Who Served.
Philanthropic Giving
Philanthropic Giving

CACI Cares supports a variety of charitable programs for organizations that focus on STEM initiatives and veterans, active troops, and their families.

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