CACI Featured on Washington Post’s Top Workplaces for Fifth Consecutive Year; Ken Asbury Quoted

Ken Asbury, CACI’s president and CEO

CACI announced on Monday that the company’s has been named to The Washington Post’s 2019 Top Workplaces list, in the Large Company category, for the fifth consecutive year.

“Being named to The Washington Post Top Workplaces list for the fifth consecutive year reflects CACI’s ongoing success in creating a positive workplace environment for our highly talented and dedicated professionals, said Ken Asbury, CACI’s president and CEO.

“Our entire leadership team thanks our D.C. area employees for their creativity, expertise and an unwavering commitment to our customers’ missions and America’s national security,” he added.

CACI has nearly 7,000 employees in the Washington, D.C. area. The company strongly values its highly skilled and talented workforce and is committed to creating an outstanding experience where employees can invent and grow their careers. CACI’s employees take pride in being part of a dynamic team where inspired ideas create technologies that make the nation safer and help the government run more efficiently.

The ranking is based on employee surveys from more than 300 Greater Washington, D.C. area companies that evaluate factors such as leadership, culture and benefits.

About CACI

CACI provides information solutions and services in support of national security missions and government transformation for Intelligence, Defense, and Federal Civilian customers. A Fortune World’s Most Admired Company, CACI is a member of the Fortune 1000 Largest Companies, the Russell 2000 Index, and the S&P MidCap 400 Index.

CACI’s sustained commitment to ethics and integrity defines its corporate culture and drives its success. With approximately 22,000 employees worldwide, CACI provides dynamic career opportunities for military veterans and industry professionals to support the nation’s most critical missions.

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