CACI Named to Fortune Magazine World’s Most Admired Companies List

Ken Asbury
Ken Asbury

CACI International has been named to Fortune magazine’s World’s Most Admired Companies for 2015, ranking sixth company overall in the information technology services industry.

Jack London
Jack London

The company said Monday that it is the fifth time to be bestowed the distinction, a recognition CACI President and CEO Ken Asbury said validates the Arlington firm’s mission to innovate in the field of IT.

“We thank all of the dedicated professionals on Team CACI for this prestigious recognition,” added Asbury, one of this year’s Wash100 inductee.

Jack London, CACI executive chairman and also a Wash100 inductee for 2015, said that beyond innovation, the company also met the achievement because of its “unique culture of ethics and integrity… and value we bring to our customers’ missions.”

Fortune compiles the list each year following a survey of top executives and business analysts on criteria such as a company’s financial soundness and investment value, people management, quality of offerings, and competitiveness in the world stage.

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