CACI kicks off its 50th year with its sights set on breaking financial records.
CACI set financial records last year. How are they keeping customers satisfied?
CACI International Inc. has signed a definitive agreement to acquire software engineering company Pangia Technologies LLC. Financial details of the transaction were not reported.
TASC builds out its senior management team by hiring a veteran business development executive.
The Homeland Security Department cancels its second attempt at modernizing its financial systems. What is its new plan?
CACI International Inc. racked up a record third-quarter fiscal 2011 with revenue of $913.4 million, an increase of 16.5 percent from the third quarter a year ago. Operating income grew 30.6 percent over the prior year period to a record $61.8 million.
It's critical for government contractors to stay ahead of the technology curve. Leading CTOs share their insights on the next big thing.
CACI announces it will buy back $175 million in stock.
Among the budget delays and economic worries, government contractors are still finding opportunities for growth. But they also are focused on controlling costs and investing in infrastructure.
Within two weeks of retiring from the Army, Col. Keith Salzman, has begun to triage CACI's health care business. Where does he want to take health IT?
Justice Department awards its IT Support Services IV contract to 20 companies who will now compete for task orders.
Daniel D. Allen has joined CACI International Inc. as chief operating officer for the company's four main U.S. business groups: National Solutions, Transformation Solutions, Enterprise Technologies and Services and Mission Systems.