Our People
Our People
Overview

Our People

CACI offers a great workplace experience through development and diversity and inclusion opportunities because our people are what make our corporate culture vibrant; they are the best-of-the-best! And because of the important mission-critical work that we do for our nation, CACI continues to attract new talent, every day.

Corporate Workplace Culture
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CACI's corporate culture is the driving force behind our success. It defines who we are, how we act, and what we believe is both the right way and our duty in conducting business. Our corporate culture unifies us as a company and strengthens our resolve to meet our customers’ – and our country’s – most critical missions.

There are two pillars to CACI's corporate culture. The first is Character – our commitment to ethics and integrity in all we do. The second is Innovation – our dedication to advancement and excellence in all we do.

At CACI, we embrace a career mobility corporate culture, where we believe in growth at all levels. Our industry is ever evolving and those who are most successful evolve with it, continually learning and growing throughout their careers. Our internal tagline #makingmoves empowers all employees to embrace a career growth mindset at CACI.

Attracting Talent

CACI is consistently recognized across the country for being a top workplace, and an innovative company that demonstrates operational excellence and proven leadership. More than 23,000 talented employees help make CACI a leader in earning industry awards and recognition. This reflects our commitment to our workforce and customers.

Our employees utilize a vast network of CACI resources, drawing upon their own diverse experiences and perspectives to drive innovative problem-solving and consistent enterprise-wide growth. Our people believe in proactive communication, deeper customer relationships, and innovation through collaboration.

But most importantly, CACI strives to create a corporate culture in which our people can thrive. And so, we strive to provide our employees with long-term professional advancement.

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At CACI, we make it a priority to provide our interns and entry-level professionals with mentorship, flexibility, and learning opportunities. We have a focused investment of early career talent through the CACI University Program and YearUp - an organization that provides students who traditionally do not have the same educational and career opportunities an intern partnership with corporations like CACI.

We proudly embrace diversity in our workforce and our hiring statistics demonstrate that commitment with 40% people of color, 41% veterans, and 33% women.

The CACI Champions Program recognizes outstanding employees and teams for their excellence in sales, proposals, project delivery, technical capabilities, character, and business ethics. This program embodies our corporate culture of recognition at CACI and reflects our ongoing commitment of ensuring that our dedicated employees receive recognition for their performance, character, innovation, and commitment.

Talent Development

At CACI, we recognize that our people are the key to our success, and their skills and knowledge are crucial to helping us achieve our strategy. As a result, we actively invest in their continuous development – at all levels.

Whether honing skills through an online simulation or learning from others in a cohort-style program or community of practice (CoP), the focus is always on building capabilities and promoting behaviors that ensure both the employee and company succeed. Our flexible programs enable employees to learn at their own speed. Offerings include live and virtual briefings, self-study courses, and just-in-time training to balance work and personal priorities.

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At CACI, each employee is a partner in our success. Realizing that differences can be strengths is vital to our company’s future. CACI is committed to embracing diversity, enhancing our capabilities, delivering excellence for our clients, and creating meaningful careers for our employees.

To retain our skilled professionals, we offer educational and career opportunities. We have also established mentorship, leadership, and employee mobility programs to help all our employees achieve their potential.

CACI offers a wide variety of programs to help our professionals grow in whatever way best suits their individual needs, preferences, and learning styles. National, regional, and local training opportunities include conferences, one-on-one training, webcasts, and self-study courses. We also provide access to online master's and bachelor's degree programs.

Tuition Reimbursement Programs

CACI values the importance of education and employee training and development, which is why we offer tuition reimbursement. This benefit is available for job-related courses and degree programs from accredited colleges and universities.

 

CACI Virtual University

CACI's training and development offerings as well as learning resources include both in-house and externally developed courses. All custom-developed courses are developed using Instructional Systems Design (ISD) methodology. CACI has partnered with LinkedIn Learning, SAI Global, and Skillsoft to bring a robust catalog of online courses. CACI’s Virtual University (CVU) has more than 8,000 online technical, leadership, business, and training courses, and 50 industry certification tracks that employees can access 24/7. As part of CACI’s commitment to ongoing education, our professionals have access to a personalized checklist of training through CVU.

University Partnerships

CACI has partnered with Bellevue University, University of Delaware, and University of Maryland Global Campus among others to provide world-class education benefits.

 

Annual Employee Engagement Survey

CACI is committed to creating candid dialogues and fostering a positive work environment. We recognize the importance of receiving feedback from our employees on a consistent basis. It’s no surprise that our recent Employee Engagement Pulse Surveys demonstrate CACI being consistently listed more favorable than U.S. national and high-tech company norms in several key categories including: Sustainable Engagement, Ethics & Integrity, Empowerment, and Work Flexibility. Sustainable Engagement and Ethics & Integrity stand out as our clear strengths across all external benchmarks because CACI continues to invest in our people. That’s why CACI significantly improved across all categories in the Employee Engagement Pulse Survey, with not one single item declining with statistical significance.

CACI understands the importance of evolving in order to stay competitive and grow, for our employees and customers. Our engagement results speak volumes – just more evidence that employees feel a sense of pride to work at CACI – and that feeling is reciprocated.

Communities of Practice Program and Training Program

Employee training and development is vital to our corporate culture. Through CVU, employees not only learn through online training courses, but also through peer collaboration. CVU provides employees access to several Communities of Practice (CoP) specializing in a field or topic. Employees can connect with peers on discussion boards, participate in monthly webinars led by subject matter experts, and access and share resources and best practices with their community. Several CoPs sponsor a Learning Academy, which provides curated learning paths employees can use to prepare for technical certifications.

 

Program-Level Job Trainings and Certifications

At CACI, we pride ourselves in bringing people together to knowledge share. Our CoPs meet regularly with colleagues across the company to network and learn about the latest technologies that will support them in their roles. The communities bring together employees with the common purpose to grow, collaborate, advance tradecraft, and leverage each other to help CACI customers.

CACI Learning Academies are available through CVU which include certification resources, including exam reimbursement, to help employees achieve critical information systems and business credentials such as the CompTIA Security+, A+, Network+, ITIL, Amazon Web Services (AWS), PMP, ServiceNow, and more.

Project Management Academy

Project management is one of our key competencies. More than 700 CACI employees have earned the PMI’s Project Management Professional (PMP) certification and of that group, over 300 Project Managers attend CACI’s annual PM Summit that is designed for face-to-face learning, collaboration, and networking.

 

Talent Development and Retention

Tuition Reimbursement Programs

CACI values the importance of education and employee training and development, which is why we offer tuition reimbursement. This benefit is available for job-related courses and degree programs from accredited colleges and universities.

 

CACI Virtual University

CACI's training and development offerings as well as learning resources include both in-house and externally developed courses. All custom-developed courses are developed using Instructional Systems Design (ISD) methodology. CACI has partnered with LinkedIn Learning, SAI Global, and Skillsoft to bring a robust catalog of online courses. CACI’s Virtual University (CVU) has more than 8,000 online technical, leadership, business, and training courses, and 50 industry certification tracks that employees can access 24/7. As part of CACI’s commitment to ongoing education, our professionals have access to a personalized checklist of training through CVU.

University Partnerships

CACI has partnered with Bellevue University, University of Delaware, and University of Maryland Global Campus among others to provide world-class education benefits.

 

Annual Employee Engagement Survey

CACI is committed to creating candid dialogues and fostering a positive work environment. We recognize the importance of receiving feedback from our employees on a consistent basis. It’s no surprise that our recent Employee Engagement Pulse Surveys demonstrate CACI being consistently listed more favorable than U.S. national and high-tech company norms in several key categories including: Sustainable Engagement, Ethics & Integrity, Empowerment, and Work Flexibility. Sustainable Engagement and Ethics & Integrity stand out as our clear strengths across all external benchmarks because CACI continues to invest in our people. That’s why CACI significantly improved across all categories in the Employee Engagement Pulse Survey, with not one single item declining with statistical significance.

CACI understands the importance of evolving in order to stay competitive and grow, for our employees and customers. Our engagement results speak volumes – just more evidence that employees feel a sense of pride to work at CACI – and that feeling is reciprocated.

Communities of Practice Program and Training Program

Employee training and development is vital to our corporate culture. Through CVU, employees not only learn through online training courses, but also through peer collaboration. CVU provides employees access to several Communities of Practice (CoP) specializing in a field or topic. Employees can connect with peers on discussion boards, participate in monthly webinars led by subject matter experts, and access and share resources and best practices with their community. Several CoPs sponsor a Learning Academy, which provides curated learning paths employees can use to prepare for technical certifications.

 

Program-Level Job Trainings and Certifications

At CACI, we pride ourselves in bringing people together to knowledge share. Our CoPs meet regularly with colleagues across the company to network and learn about the latest technologies that will support them in their roles. The communities bring together employees with the common purpose to grow, collaborate, advance tradecraft, and leverage each other to help CACI customers.

CACI Learning Academies are available through CVU which include certification resources, including exam reimbursement, to help employees achieve critical information systems and business credentials such as the CompTIA Security+, A+, Network+, ITIL, Amazon Web Services (AWS), PMP, ServiceNow, and more.

Project Management Academy

Project management is one of our key competencies. More than 700 CACI employees have earned the PMI’s Project Management Professional (PMP) certification and of that group, over 300 Project Managers attend CACI’s annual PM Summit that is designed for face-to-face learning, collaboration, and networking.

 

Employee Wellness
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CACI offers a variety of employee benefits that promote and encourage a healthy lifestyle:

Wellness Incentives – Health Means Wealth
CACI offers a wellness program to employees and spouses/domestic partners enrolled in a United Health Care (UHC) Gold, Silver, or Bronze medical plan. Participation is voluntary, confidential, and free of charge.

Gym/Health Club Memberships
CACI offers a growing number of gym memberships for employees in several geographic areas.

Smoking Cessation – Quit for Life
CACI's online smoking cessation program, managed through Quit for Life, is a free offering to employees and their spouses/domestic partners.

Weight Talk
The Weight Talk program is a free, online service that helps employees and their spouses achieve weight loss using tracking materials and tools, phone-based cognitive behavioral coaching, web-based learning, and social support.

Diversity & Inclusion

Embracing diversity is good business
- and the right thing to do.

CACI values everyone’s unique contributions that they bring to our company, and to our customers - every day. A diverse workforce fosters innovative thinking. It improves our potential for recruiting and retaining highly qualified employees, and it makes us a more attractive business partner. CACI is building pipelines and establishing partnerships with historically ethnic educational institutions and professional organizations. CACI also actively partners with organizations focused on employment for disabled veterans, as part of the Continue Your Mission veterans outreach campaign aimed at providing veterans meaningful careers.

Having a diverse workforce enables us to approach problems from a variety of perspectives. A multiplicity of viewpoints gives us a greater pool of ideas from which to select and develop the best solutions for our clients. What's more, as our clients become more diverse, they look for diversity in their business partners.

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Employee Affinity, Diversity, and Networking Groups

Global Mobility

Encouraging Global Mobility

Our national and international assignments provide opportunities for CACI professionals to work in different countries, broadening their perspectives, and cultivating their professional and personal skills. They develop new client relationships, share best practices, and return with valuable experiences and lessons that enrich the culture in their home office.

Bridging the Generations

Divergent viewpoints bring valuable insights. From millennials to baby boomers, professionals from all generations choose to work at CACI. We recruit and attract talent with unique experiences and skills, and view differences as opportunities to share new perspectives and gain new insights. As part of CACI’s training curriculum, we provide our professionals with specific guidance and best practices on how to succeed in a multi-generational workforce.

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Supporting Our Veterans

CACI is proud to support military members, their spouses, and veterans. We extend our support to our servicemen and women, including focusing on veteran recruitment efforts, recognizing our military members in several ways. This commitment has earned CACI the Hire Heroes USA Employment Partner of the Year 2019 recognition.

Dr. J.P. London, CACI Executive Chairman, Chairman of the Board, and Navy veteran, has made CACI’s support for veterans a long-standing part of our corporate culture. Our veteran employees play an integral role in providing unique expertise and distinctive technologies that address our customers’ greatest enterprise and mission challenges. This expresses CACI’s support and commitment to hiring, retaining, and supporting veterans.

Supporting Our Women Workforce

CACI is committed to supporting our professional women and driving their success through our women’s inclusion strategy. Our Women’s Executive Series brings together a community of senior leader women through quarterly events in the wider DC area that are geared to enable networking, support, and professional growth. A key focus of this group is a call to action for each female director level and above to identify a more junior level professional who shows potential to advance in leadership and provide active mentoring. The goal is to help women build relationships through Lead Leaders Program, noted below, CoP networking events, coaching, and mentorship. This ensures building on our future pipeline of women leaders. 

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Mentorship Programs

At CACI, we believe when you become a mentor or protégé, you help create an environment where ideas, questions, and concerns are openly discussed, and where innovation is cultivated. You have the chance to develop your own interpersonal skills and find out more about the company, which helps to increase your knowledge base and facilitate both client service and career growth. Mentors also know they are making a positive difference in the lives of their colleagues, and protégés learn new ways to manage their career growth and potential.

Employees reach out to each other from every geographic location, by email, phone, teleconferences, Skype, and more. The Mentorship Program strives to enhance employees’ professional and leadership development, develop their strategic perspectives and promote organizational goals, create an environment where their ideas, questions and concerns can be openly discussed, and promote direct communication across all levels.

We have even taken this a step further to create the CACI Mentoring Program Lifecycle, which consists of four phases: Connection, Learning, Engagement, and Dissolution, along with resources for both the mentors and mentees for each of the phases.

Leadership Programs

At CACI, we believe leadership is both a priority and privilege and we take pride in our duty to educate and empower our leaders very seriously. The CACI Center for Leadership Excellence (CLE) delivers growth opportunities at all levels – from emerging to seasoned leaders.

Leadership is a priority as it enables us to reach our goals for growth. Leadership is a privilege because it bears a lot of responsibility – for our investors, our customers, and for our people and their livelihoods and careers. It’s not something that is assigned lightly; it is an honor that comes with accountability that warrants attention and development. With this in mind, we make deliberate financial investments in our collective leadership capability. As a start, more than 2,000 employees have completed the First Line Leader Development Program:

  • Lead Organization Program - This program focuses on strategy, innovation, executive presence, and business acumen.
  • Lead Leaders Program - Designed for mid-level leaders who lead other leaders, this program focuses on the people leadership skills and challenges encountered at this level. Its goals are to: create alignment with strategy, demonstrate courage and maturity, to understand how to engage, inspire, and influence others.
  • Lead People Program - This is for first-line leaders who want to grow their leadership skills and increase their competence and confidence with communicating effectively, building, managing and retaining high performing teams, holding self and team accountable, and managing within the law.
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Workplace Safety
Workplace Safety

The Environment, Health, and Safety (EHS) policy reflects the commitment of all levels of CACI management to operate in a manner that protects the environment and the health and safety of employees, contractors, customers, and the communities where we conduct business. Through this commitment, we are making CACI a safe, eco-responsible company by deploying EHS management programs and by implementing appropriate EHS requirements during the life cycle of our products, throughout our operations, and as a critical element of our services.

EHS considerations contribute to our global competitiveness as well as our reputation as a company that operates responsibly and with integrity. Key programs across CACI includes site-specific workplace emergency plans, planning resources for employees and their families for emergency preparedness, automated external defibrillators (AED), enterprise-wide emergency notification system, all-employee monthly awareness and communications, and recurring senior management simulations to include active shooter and national emergency events.

Meeting this commitment is a company objective and is the individual and collective responsibility of all CACI employees and CACI business partners worldwide.

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