CACI Board Member Michael Daniels Gets NACD Directorship Award; Jack London Quoted

CACI Board Member Michael Daniels Gets NACD Directorship Award; Jack London Quoted - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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The National Association of Corporate Directors has recognized Michael Daniels, a member of CACI International‘s board of directors, as one of the 100 most influential people in corporate governance.

CACI said Thursday Daniels is included in the NACD Directorship 100 list, which recognizes directors, policymakers and governance professionals in four categories, namely informed judgment, integrity, mature confidence and high-performance standards.

“Michael embodies the culture of good character, ethics, and integrity that guides our company,” said Jack London, executive chairman of CACI and the company’s board chairman.

Daniels is a member of the Northern Virginia Technology Council and has previously chaired NVTC. He also held advisory roles at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and the National Security Council.

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