Cofoni Returns to CACI After Recuperation

For the Washington IT and government contracting communities, August is usually the month when high-profile executives vacate the office and allow for some brief R&R. But, in welcome news to colleagues and friends, one well-known executive is returning to the office after undergoing successful coronary bypass surgery in early June. CACI CEO Paul Cofoni is back on the job and, according to news reports, more than ready to resume duties.

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