CACI Named Among Most Admired Companies for 2019; Ken Asbury Quoted

CACI International has been featured in Fortune magazine's list of most admired companies worldwide and landed the sixth spot in the information technology services category.

The company said Monday it garnered high survey scores in areas such as social responsibility, global competitiveness, financial soundness, management quality, long-term investment, people management, innovation, use of corporate assets and quality of offerings.

Ken Asbury, president and CEO of CACI and a 2019 Wash100 winner, said the recognition reflects the firm's reputation as a provider of technologies and services intended to help address customer missions.

"CACI's commitment to acting with integrity and excellence in all we do is embodied across our workforce of talented and ethical professionals, and we thank them for this recognition," Asbury added.

Fortune partnered with management consulting firm Korn Ferry to evaluate the input of executives and select companies that were in the top half of their industries.

This year marks CACI's eighth time appearing in the World's Most Admired Companies list.

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