Ken Asbury has been on a path to shift CACI International’s business approach in a changing government services market landscape ever since he took over as CEO in February, the Washington Post reported Monday.
Marjorie Censer writes that Asbury has appointed new leaders and worked to grow CACI in its core markets during his 10 months there.
Donald Fulop and Suzan Zimmerman, respectively former executives at Lockheed Martin and QinetiQ North America, joined the company in July to head the company’s business development and strategic campaigns.
In November, the company purchased intelligence contractor Six3 Systems in an $820 million deal that added 1,600 new employees to the workforce and an estimated $470 million in revenue for 2013.
Asbury believes there is no need to branch out into other sectors because there is still money in CACI’s core businesses such us intelligence and reconnaissance services.
“It’s a smaller budget, but not that much smaller,” Asbury said of government spending, according to the Post.