Fairl will remain active with the company until then and effective Jan. 1, 2012, he will become the company’s chief development officer.
“This transition is a natural evolution of our long-term strategic planning,” said Fairl. “I am looking forward to my continued association with CACI and to supporting a smooth transition.”
GovCon Wire reported that Daniel Allen, the company’s current chief operating officer, has been named as Fairl’s successor as president of U.S. operations. Both will report to Paul Cofoni, president and CEO of CACI..
As chief development officer, Fairl will be responsible for accelerating the company’s merger and acquisition program activity, according to the company announcement. He will oversee the company’s major re-competes and customer interaction as well as find, develop and target acquisition activity.
Fairl has been with the company since 1987, when he joined as program manager. He has held positions in the company as vice president, senior vice president and executive vice president, prior to becoming chief operating officer in 2004 and then president of U.S. operations in 2007.
In addition, CACI credited Fairl with playing a key role in company growth, including merger and acquisition programs, recruiting, philanthropy initiatives and in accelerating services to U.S. government customers and for mission critical services.