CACI adds three-decade NSA vet Plunkett to board

CACI International said Tuesday that former National Security Agency executive and three-decade NSA veteran Debora Plunkett has joined the company’s board of directors.

Plunkett’s term on the board will take effect on July 1 and she will serve on the audit, investor relations and strategic assessment committees.

She retired from government in February 2016 after a 31-year federal service career in roles at NSA such as director of information assurance and deputy director for the area that includes cyber defense.

She also created and established the National Cyber Security Assistance Program to qualify commercial organizations for accreditation in performing cyberservices for national security systems, plus advised the National Security Council and other White House groups on cyber issues.

More recently, she was senior adviser to the NSA director and focused on equality, diversity and inclusion for the agency’s workforce.

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