CACI International Looks to Future By Emphasizing Innovation and People
Dan Allen (pictured left), president of CACI International‘s U.S. operations, will lead the company as president and CEO beginning July 1, when Paul Cofoni (pictured right) will step down from those roles before retiring in December.
U.S. Operations COO John Mengucci will succeed Allen and also become CACI’s COO.
Cofoni held Allen’s current position when he joined the company in 2005 and elevated to president and CEO in 2007. He will facilitate the transition as chief adviser to Executive Chairman of the Board Jack London prior to retiring from the company.
Under Cofoni’s leadership, CACI’s revenue grew from $1.6 billion in 2005 to a projected $3.8 billion for fiscal year 2012. The number of employees jumped from 9,500 to more than 14,500 over that time.
Phebe Novakovic to Become General Dynamics Chairman, CEO in 2013
Johnson first joined the company in 2003 after a 32-year career in the U.S. Navy that included four years as chief of naval operations.
He initially served as a company director prior to rising to vice chairman of the board in 2008 and succeeding Nicholas Chabraja as president and CEO in 2010.
Novakovic has been with the company for more than 10 years, managing government relations between 2005 and 2010 and later leading the Marine Systems group as an EVP. She rose to the president and COO roles in May.
Sheaffer to Retire as CSC NA Public Sector President as Dave Zolet Takes on Top Role
Current sector President for Business Development David Zolet (pictured right) will succeed Sheaffer and be responsible for cost and profit management.
Zolet is a 26-year Northrop Grumman veteran, who last led that firm’s enterprise IT infrastructure operations prior to serving as VP for systems integration at IBM.
Jim joined CSC in 2005 to lead CSC’s support of the Treasury Department and other agencies.
Sheaffer previously spent 27 years with American Management Systems Inc. where he established the company’s IT consulting and services practice for the Defense Department and rose to the rank of SVP and COO of its North American and European telecomm business.
Chris Kubasik To Succeed Bob Stevens as Lockheed CEO to Begin the New Year
Lockheed Martin Chairman and CEO Bob Stevens will retire as chief executive before the end of the year and President and Chief Operating Officer Chris Kubasik will succeed Stevens as CEO starting Jan. 1, 2013.
Stevens, a 25-year Lockheed veteran, will stay on as chairman through January 2014, subject to shareholder election and board approval.
Stevens has also held the CFO rank, prior to his elevation as president in 2000 and then as CEO in 2004.