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CACI International

When a company makes an acquisition, its shareholders often suffer as its stock price dives. Not so last year for investors in CACI International. Its $415 million purchase of the defense and intelligence assets of American Management Systems, along with some smaller acquisitions, helped propel CACI's 73.6% stock rise and accounted for two-thirds of its 52.7% sales growth. One reason: AMS's defense and intelligence group had profit margins above 17% -- some 50% higher than CACI's existing businesses. The Arlington (Va.)-based company also benefits from offering tech support services that the Pentagon and intelligence agencies need to help troops deployed abroad.

Company Info

STOCK INFO CAI
Revenues* $1.6 BILLION
Revenue Growth 52.7%
Return on Equity 14.0%
Total Return73.6%
Profits* $82.6 MILLION
Industry SERVICES
CORPORATE WEB SITE
All figures are for the most recent available 12 months.

* Latest available data for the 12-month period ended Dec. 31, Jan. 31, Feb. 29, Mar. 31, or Apr. 30. For companies that do not report quarterly, the most recent annual data were used.


Data provided by Standard & Poor's Compustat, BusinessWeek

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Company Snapshot

CACI International Inc., a holding company, operates as an information systems and high technology services company. It primarily delivers information technology and communications solutions through four divisions: Systems Integration, Managed Network Services, Knowledge Management, and Engineering Services. The Systems Integration services include planning, designing, implementing, and managing solutions that resolve specific technical or business needs; extracting core business logic from existing systems and preserving it for migration to more modern environments; enabling clients visualize possible changes in processes and systems before implementation; and Web-enabling systems and applications, bringing the Internet to clients and system users. The Managed Network services offerings include a suite of solutions for total life cycle support of global networks. The Knowledge management offerings encompass a range of information management tools and enabling technologies, including Internet-based user interfaces, commercial off-the-shelf software, and workflow management systems. The Engineering services offerings enable clients to standardize and improve the way they manage the logistical life cycles of systems, products, and material assets. They also provide acquisition support, prototype development and integration, software design and integration, systems life extension, and training in the use of analytical and collaboration tools for the U.S. intelligence community. The company provides these services in support of U.S. national defense, intelligence and civilian agencies, agencies of foreign governments, state and local governments, and commercial enterprises. CACI International, Inc was organized under the name of CACI Worldwide Inc. in 1985. The company is headquartered in Arlington, Va.

No. of Employees

9,300


Data provided by Capital IQ
J. P. London

J. P. London

AGE: 67

Titles

Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer

CEO Bio >

Total Compensation*

$ 3.4 MILLION

Total Value of Options**

$ 9.3 MILLION

Degrees Held

United States Naval Academy (BS, MS), George Washington University (PhD)

* Latest available fiscal year
** The sum of the net value of options exercised and held in the latest available fiscal year

Key Executives

J. P. London, L. Kenneth Johnson, Stephen L. Waechter, Gregory R. Bradford, Jeffrey P. Elefante

Board Members

J. P. London, Herbert W. Anderson, Michael J. Bayer, Peter A. Derow, Richard L. Leatherwood, Barbara A. McNamara, Arthur L. Money, Warren R. Phillips, Charles P. Revoile, John M. Toups, Larry D. Welch


Data provided by Capital IQ
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