Washington Business Hall of Fame Inducts Tech Industry Vet Michael Daniels

Michael Daniels
Michael Daniels

Michael Daniels, a member of CACI International’s board of directors, has received an award that highlights his business leadership efforts in support of the Washington metropolitan area.

Daniels was inducted into the Washington Business Hall of Fame during a gala event that took place last Wednesday in Washington, D.C., CACI said Monday.

He also formerly held technology advisory positions with the White House and the National Security Council, adding to his work at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.

The technology expert has contributed chair and member work at boards of multiple companies including BlackBerry, Mercury Systems and Two Six Labs.

Laureates of the Washington Business Hall of Fame are selected by a panel of representatives from The Greater Washington Board of Trade, the Washingtonian and the Junior Achievement of the National Capital Area.

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