CACI International has named appointed a former Raytheon executive as president of the national security and innovative solutions group.
CACI International has named Todd Probert to be president of CACI national security and innovative solutions group.
He joins the company from CAE, where he was president of that company's defense and security group. Prior to that, he spent nearly 10 years at Raytheon in roles such as vice president of its command and control, space and intelligence business; and head of the mission support and modernization business.
Probert replaces Kevin Kelly, who joined CACI in March 2019 when it acquired LGS Innovations, where he served as CEO. CACI purchased LGS in a deal worth nearly $1 billion.
As president of CACI’s national security and innovative solutions business, Probert will oversee dozens of customer programs and company investments supporting space communications, radio frequency and free-space optical communications, spectrum management, and cyberspace operations.
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