Dr. J.P. London (CACI International Inc) is Executive Chairman and Chairman of the Board of CACI International Inc. Dr. London oversees strategic initiatives to ensure shareholder value, advance client missions, cultivate key client relationships and monitor major financial transactions, including CACI's legacy mergers and acquisitions (M&A) program, which Dr. London began in 1992. He has an established role as a public figure representing CACI to customers and the federal information technology (IT) industry. Dr. London's efforts also focus on the evolution and transformation of defense, intelligence, information technology and network communications.
Under Dr. London's leadership, CACI has grown from a small professional services consulting firm to become a pacesetter in IT and communications solutions across markets throughout North America and Western Europe. CACI operations today are worldwide and global in nature.
CACI has sustained its success in today's new economy in part through Dr. London's highly successful strategic acquisitions program. Since 1992 CACI has made 42 acquisitions that have strengthened its position in managed networks, information assurance and the security and intelligence services markets. After the September 11, 2001 attacks on New York's World Trade Center and the Pentagon CACI operations have taken the company even further into the intelligence and homeland security arenas.
In March 2002 Dr. London led CACI through its first equity offering (secondary offering) since CACI's initial public offering of 1968. The company issued a total of approximately 4.9 million shares of common stock, with gross proceeds of approximately $171M. Moreover, throughout his career Dr. London has overseen the company's bank financing and line of credit transactions, reflecting his experience as a senior corporate financial manager.
In May 2004 Dr. London led CACI in raising a new revolving credit facility and institutional term loan totaling $550M to purchase the Defense and Intelligence Group and related assets of American Management Systems, Inc. The acquisition positioned CACI as one of the largest, focused IT providers serving the defense and Intelligence Community markets, and the transaction was hailed as part of the "Hottest M&A Merger of the Year" by the Northern Virginia Technology Council. In May 2007 Dr. London led CACI's sale of $300M in senior subordinated notes, adding convertible security to the company's capital structure for increased financial flexibility.
Under Dr. London's guidance CACI has established premier centers of technical excellence to support its operations. These include its unique Vision & Solution Center, where clients can view and evaluate alternative IT solutions before committing to implementation, and CACI's Information Assurance Technology Center, a dedicated resource facility that provides a central laboratory for developing and testing a broad range of information assurance and security solutions.
Chairman of the Board since 1990, Dr. London first joined CACI as a program manager in 1972. He advanced to VP in 1976, and by 1982 was a division president, managing CACI's extensive work in systems engineering, logistic sciences and advanced information systems. Having been elected to CACI's Board of Directors in 1981, Dr. London was appointed President and CEO in 1984. As a "hands-on" CEO, he was the architect of CACI's operational turnaround in 1984-85 for both revenue and profit growth.
In 1990 Dr. London created CACI's "New Era" strategic vision and successfully transformed the company into a more sharply focused information technology organization for broader opportunities in the rapidly changing IT markets. In 1995 CACI achieved Dr. London's New Era objectives and set company records for revenue and profit. By 1997 Dr. London had begun the next level of transformation within CACI by repositioning the company to center stage in his vision of the "Network World." These moves, under Dr. London's direct guidance, led to CACI's rapid entrée into the information security and Intelligence Community arenas.
Now Dr. London continues to guide CACI into the new millennium of the 21st century by evolving CACI's legacy distinctions into flexible new solutions with value-add application across today's expanding technology spectrum.
Dr. London is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy (1959) and the Naval Postgraduate School (1967), where he earned, respectively, a Bachelor of Science in naval engineering and a Master of Science in operations research. He holds a doctorate in business administration conferred "with distinction" from George Washington University (1971).
During his 12 years of active duty as a regular officer (1959-1971) during the Cold War Dr. London initially served as a naval aviator and carrier pilot, serving with U.S. Navy "hunter-killer" task forces arrayed against the Soviet Union's strategic nuclear submarine threat. He saw service in the Cuban Missile Crisis (the "13 days" of October and November of 1962) and his numerous at-sea deployments included the North Atlantic, the Mediterranean and the Caribbean. He was with the airborne recovery team for Col. John Glenn's Mercury Program space flight in Freedom 7 in the Caribbean on February 20, 1962 on the USS Randolph (CVS-15). Later, at the height of the Vietnam War, he served as Aide and Administrative Assistant to the Vice Chief of the Naval Material Command, Department of the Navy (1969-70). Dr. London left active duty in 1971 and joined the U.S. Navy Reserve, retiring as a Captain in 1983, having served as commanding officer of aeronautical engineering units with the Naval Air Systems Command, Washington, DC.
In 1987 Dr. London received the Alumni of the Year Award from the George Washington University's School of Government and Business Administration. In 1995 he was presented with the High Tech Entrepreneur Award from KPMG Peat Marwick. In 1996 he received the Alumni Achievement Award from George Washington University. During CACI's 40th anniversary year celebration, in November 2001, Dr. London and CACI were recognized by the Newcomen Society of the United States as being one of the outstanding examples of the free enterprise capitalist system in the U.S.
In 2002 Dr. London received the Outstanding Corporate Growth Award for CACI from the Association for Corporate Growth, Washington DC chapter. Also in 2002, Dr. London was recognized by the Human Resources Leadership Awards of Greater Washington in its annual awards program through the establishment of its Ethics in Business Award named in honor of Dr. London. In the spring of 2003 Dr. London received the CEO of the Year Award, presented by the George Washington University Executive MBA Program. Also in 2003 Dr. London was named Ernst & Young's Entrepreneur of the Year for Government IT Services and received the John W. Dixon award from the Association of the United States Army for his outstanding contributions to America's defense.
In January 2004 Dr. London received the Albert Einstein Award for Technology Achievement in the Defense Fields, and in March of 2004 he was named to Federal Computer Week's "Federal 100" list of IT leaders, from which he was selected to receive the publication's highest recognition, the Eagle Award, for superior contributions to the federal IT community. In November Dr. London's technology contributions were recognition with both the Northern Virginia Technology Council's Earle C. Williams Leadership in Technology Award and the Arlington, Virginia Chamber of Commerce Technology Executive of the Year Award. London was also named Executive of the Year in October 2005 at the Third Annual Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards. In April 2007 he was awarded the U.S. Navy League's Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz Award for his exemplary contributions to the enhancement of U.S. maritime strength and national security.
Dr. London has served on the Senior Advisory Board as well as the Board of Directors for the Northern Virginia Technology Council, and is now a member of the Executive Committee and the Board of Directors of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association. He has served on numerous other boards and foundations. Dr. London is also a member of the National Military Intelligence Association, the Intelligence and National Security Alliance, the Navy League, the U.S. Naval Institute, the Naval Order of the U.S.A., the American Legion, the Association of the U.S. Army (AUSA) and the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
The Honorable James S. Gilmore, III (Outside Director) during his term as Virginia's executive leader, from 1998 to 2002, Governor Gilmore created the nation's first secretariat of technology, established a statewide technology commission and signed into law the nation's first comprehensive state Internet policy.
He also chaired the U.S. Congressional Advisory Panel to Assess Domestic Response Capabilities Involving Terrorism and Weapons of Mass Destruction, a national panel established by Congress to assess federal, state and local government capabilities to respond to the consequences of a terrorist attack. Also known as the "Gilmore Commission," this panel was influential in developing the Office of Homeland Security. In 2003 President George W. Bush appointed him to the Air Force Academy Board of Visitors and he was elected Chairman of the Air Force Board in the fall of 2003.
Governor Gilmore was also Virginia's Attorney General from 1993 to 1997. His military career includes service as a U.S. Army counterintelligence agent in West Germany from 1971 to 1974.
Governor Gilmore's board experience includes serving as Chairman of the Board of Everquest Financial Ltd. He is currently a member of the boards of directors of Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings, Inc. and Cypress Communications, Inc. He served on the board of Barr Pharmaceuticals from 2002 to 2008 and IDT Corporation from 2002 to 2006. From 2002 to 2008 Governor Gilmore was a partner at the law firm of Kelley Drye and Warren, where he chaired the firm's Homeland Security Practice Group and focused on corporate, technology, information technology and international matters.
Governor Gilmore is a 1971 graduate of the University of Virginia and a 1977 graduate of the University of Virginia School of Law.
Admiral Gregory G. Johnson, USN (Ret.) (Outside Director) former Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Europe and Africa, and Commander in Chief, Allied (NATO) Forces Southern Europe. Retired from the U.S. Navy in 2004, Admiral Johnson founded Snow Ridge Associates, a provider of strategic advice and counsel. During his 36-year naval career Admiral Johnson rose through the ranks to four star Admiral, most recently responsible for naval operations throughout the 91 nations and adjacent seas of the European and African Area of Responsibility, including support of Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom, and developed substantive policy level relationships with many of those 91 nations. NATO duties included operational level command of the peace support operations in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosovo, as well as NATO missions in Macedonia, Albania and other southeastern European nations.
Admiral Johnson oversaw the successful implementation of NATO's Operation Active Endeavor, assumed command of the NATO Response Force at the Istanbul Summit in June 2004 and was responsible for the establishment of NATO's training support mission in Iraq. He was also assigned to several senior policy positions in Washington, most notably serving as the executive assistant to the Chairman, Joint Chief of Staff (1992 to 1993) and military assistant to the Secretary of Defense (1999 to 2000). Admiral Johnson also serves on the board of directors of Integrian, Inc.
James L. Pavitt (Outside Director) as the CIA's Deputy Director for Operations, Mr. Pavitt managed the agency's globally deployed personnel and nearly half of its multibillion-dollar budget. He also served as the head of America's Clandestine Service, leading the CIA's operational response to the attacks of September 11, 2001. As Chief of the CIA's Counterproliferation Division, he managed and directed intelligence operations against global proliferation networks. From 1990 to 1993 Mr. Pavitt served as Senior Intelligence Advisor on the National Security Council team for President George H.W. Bush. He is a recipient of the CIA's Distinguished Intelligence Medal for his superior work in these capacities.
Since 2004 Mr. Pavitt has served as a Principal of the Scowcroft Group in Washington, DC, which provides clients with assistance and advice for dealing in the international arena. In this role he provides strategic advice and risk assessments to clients in the fields of homeland security, counterterrorism, financial services, defense and information technology. Mr. Pavitt also serves on the board of directors of the Patriot Defense Group, LLC and Advanced Blast Protection, Inc. as well as the advisory board of Olton Solutions, Ltd, a company based in the United Kingdom.
Dr. Warren R. Phillips (Outside Director) currently the financial manager for the Albanian-Macedonian-Bulgarian Oil Pipeline Corporation, a $1.5B (CAPEX) crude oil pipeline developer for Caspian oil flows to the west; and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Labock Technologies, Inc., a research, development and manufacturing company that produces conventional and unconventional bullet resistant glass, modular vehicle armor and specialized armored vehicles for military, law enforcement and civilian use.
Between 1974 and 2003 Dr. Phillips was Professor of Government and Politics at the University of Maryland. During that time he served in a number of administrative positions including VP for Academics at UMBC and Assistant VP for Administration for the University System where he managed system-wide information technology, budgeting and internal audit.
Charles P. Revoile (Outside Director) a legal and business consultant and an independent investor. He was elected a director in 1993 following the conclusion of his seven-year tenure as CACI's SVP, General Counsel and Secretary in 1992. From 1971 to 1985 Mr. Revoile was VP and General Counsel of Stanwick Corporation.
General William Scott Wallace, USA (Ret.) (Outside Director) is a visionary senior executive, leader and organizational manager with a 39-year record of military excellence and achievement. As Commander of the Army's Training and Doctrine Command from 2005 to 2008, he led more than 50,000 soldiers and civilian employees at 33 army schools. He was the architect of the Army's reorganization in the continuation of military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, and developed the organizational, technical and warfighting requirements for the Future Combat Systems and other Army modernization efforts.
Prior to this, General Wallace was Commanding General of the Army Combined Arms Center from 2003 to 2005, Ft. Leavenworth, KS, where he was responsible for the development of new and emerging Army and Joint doctrine, providing the intellectual foundation for military leadership in the 21st century.
As Commander of the 5th U.S. Corps from 2001 to 2003, during the opening campaign of Operation Iraqi Freedom General Wallace led 140,000 soldiers from Kuwait to Baghdad and subsequently directed the occupation of Western and Northern Iraq. He served as Commander of the Joint Warfighting Center from 1999 to 2001, Commanding General of the 4th Infantry Division the Army's first "digitized" division that incorporated new C4ISR technologies from 1997 to 1999 and Commanding General of the National Training Center from 1995 to 1997. General Wallace is a 1969 graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point.
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