CACI Chairman of the Board Dr. Jack London has been inducted as a laureate into the Washington Business Hall of Fame.
The lifetime achievement award is given to Greater Washington Region executives who have demonstrated business excellence, innovative leadership and community involvement throughout their career. A committee comprised of members of The Greater Washington Board of Trade, Junior Achievement of the National Capital Area and The Washingtonian select the laureates annually.
London was recognized for his achievement in growing CACI from a small consulting firm into a worldwide professional services and IT company. In his acceptance speech, London thanked the more than 13,000 people of CACI.
London’s fellow honorees were Theodore Leonsis, majority owner of the Washington Capitals; Debra Lee, chairman and chief executive officer of BET Networks; John Laytham, president of Clyde’s Restaurant Group; and Gerald Halpin, founder, president and CEO, chairman of the board of directors, WEST*GROUP.
“All of us at CACI congratulate Jack London on his induction into such a vitally important organization as the Washington Business Hall of Fame,” said Paul Cofoni, CACI president and CEO. “In the government contracting community, Jack’s name is synonymous with exceptional business acumen, high ethical standards, and an overriding sense of patriotism. We always try to bring these same qualities to the innovative support we provide our customers.”