CACI names acting CFO

Long-time CACI International Inc. Chief Financial Officer Steve Waechter has left the company and has been replaced with an acting CFO.

The Arlington, Va., company named Tom Mutryn, who joined the company in September, to serve as acting CFO. He is the company's executive vice president of corporate development and treasurer.

CACI plans to file a form 8-K with the Securities and Exchange Commission next week that will address Waechter's departure, said Jody Brown, a company spokeswoman. She declined to comment further on the reasons behind Waechter's departure.

In an e-mail to company employees, CACI Chairman, President and CEO J.P. London thanked Waechter for his years of service, Brown said. Waechter had served as CACI's CFO since 1999.

Before joining CACI, Mutryn was senior vice president and CFO at GTSI Corp. and previously was senior vice president and CFO at US Airways. He's also worked at United Airlines and American Airlines.

"Tom brings keen financial insight, an understanding of sophisticated financial processes and business expertise to his new role as CACI CFO and treasurer," London said in a Jan. 10 press release.

CACI's shares closed down 31 cents Thursday, trading at $56.90 on the New York Stock Exchange.

The company ranks No. 13 on Washington Technology's 2006 Top 100 list of the largest federal IT contractors.

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