Dale E. Luddeke serves as CACI’s executive vice president of corporate business development, and plays a key role in the company’s strategic growth plan to expand its business development in areas of national security, intelligence, homeland security and the enhancement of the way the federal government does business.
In his previous position at Computer Science Corporation, Luddeke most recently served as vice president and general manager for the national security and foreign affairs business unit within the company’s federal sector. His clients included the Department of Homeland Security, Department of State, U.S. Agency for International Development and other federal civilian agencies.
Prior to CSC, he served in a number of executive positions where his accomplishments included building and executing progressive business growth strategies across various corporate organizations, and developing and managing government-wide contracts.
Before joining CSC, Luddeke was a senior program development manager for Unisys, where he focused more on defense agencies. He began his career as a senior engineer with McDonnell Aircraft in 1980.
Luddeke holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering technology, and a master’s degree in engineering and technology management from Oklahoma State University.