CACI’s Jack London Named to Ethisphere’s ‘Most Influential People in Business Ethics’ List

Jack London
Jack London

The Ethisphere Institute has recognized 100 individuals who the organization believes have made a significant impact in the business ethics and corporate compliance domains.

CACI International Executive Chairman Jack London is ranked 91st on Ethisphere’s Most Influential in Business Ethics list for 2014.

“For more than four decades, Jack has been a positive force for the promotion of ethical behavior and good character at CACI and a leader people both admire and respect,” Ken Asbury, CACI president and CEO, said Tuesday.

London has authored a book titled “Character: The Ultimate Success Factor” and believes every organization should have initiatives to build character, standards, values and leadership practices.

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