CACI Recognized for Competitiveness in the Global IT Services Market; Ken Asbury Comments

Ken Asbury
Ken Asbury

Fortune magazine has selected CACI International for its annual list of the “most admired companies” around the world.

The publication ranked CACI as the seventh-best information technology services provider based on criteria such as global competitiveness, innovation, social responsibility and quality of management, the company said Monday.

CACI President and CEO Ken Asbury, a Wash100 inductee, said the company’s inclusion in the list for the third consecutive year reflects CACI’s efforts to help facilitate national security and government transformation initiatives with technology.

Fortune and its partner Hay Group survey thousands of corporate directors, executives and financial analysts each year to identify companies with a solid reputation in the global market.

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