| CACI International Inc. |
1100 N. Glebe Rd.
Arlington, Va. 22201
Year founded: 1962
Revenue: $843.14 Million
Net Income/Loss: $44.71 Million
Earnings per share: $1.52
Stockholder equity: $421.54 Million
Auditor: Ernst & Young LLP
Assets: $562.05 Million
Market capitalization: $1.34 Billion
52-week high: 53 12/3/2003
52-week low: 30 5/22/2003
Chairman and CEO: J.P. London
President: L. Kenneth Johnson
Local employees: 3630
Description: CACI International is one of the nation's largest information technology government contractors, mostly for the Defense Department. CACI helps defense, intelligence and homeland security agencies improve communications, secure information and gather data.
Developments: The company is still in an aggressive acquisition mode. It has bought six companies in the past 12 months. In March it announced its latest, Fairfax-based American Management Systems, for $415 million. CACI is buying AMS's Defense Intelligence Group from CGI Group Inc., a Canadian information technology company that bought AMS and is keeping its non-defense units. CACI also acquired C-CUBED, which provides communications, intelligence and computer support to the Defense Department; Premier Technology Group Inc., which provides intelligence analysis and security services to the Defense Department; Applied Technology Solutions, which supplies management and information technology and training to clients in national intelligence communities; MTL Systems Inc., which provides engineering services and integration services such as imagery technology, algorithm development and modeling and simulation for defense; Rochester Information Systems, which develops information systems in health, education and local governments within the United Kingdom; and CMS Information Services, which develops network solutions and financial management systems in the national defense sector. CACI Chairman J.P. "Jack" London said the company expects to reach $1 billion in sales by June 30, the end of its fiscal year, up from $843 million the year before. With AMS factored in, projected revenue goes up to more than $1.4 billion. "The AMS deal,'' London said, "is a defining moment for us." London said CACI decides what companies to buy by trying to figure out what kind of advice and technology the federal government will be buying. For the foreseeable future, a lot of that's going to concern defense and intelligence.
Chairman, CEO and President : J. P. London
Total Cash: $1,801,172.00
Total Compensation: $4,049,567.00
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