CACI’s Jack London: Character, Integrity Keys in Contract Mgmt Operations

london_jack_smallJack London, CACI International‘s executive chairman and chairman of the board of directors, said during a keynote speech Wednesday at a National Contract Management Association event that ethical practices are fundamental to the government contracting process.

“Trust, confidence, and integrity are what drive successful contract management … and they are driven by character,” London told his audience at the NCMI World Congress in Dallas.

“It’s the behavior we want to set as an example and to emulate.”

London, an inductee into Executive Mosaic‘s Wash100 for 2015, also provided case studies and personal observations during the past 40 decades of his military and industry experience to event attendees.

CACI President and CEO Ken Asbury noted that London has a significant influence on the information technology company’s efforts to maintain a culture of integrity and ethics.

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