CACI Added to Fortune’s Most Admired Companies List; John Mengucci Quoted

John Mengucci
John Mengucci

Fortune magazine has included CACI International to its 2020 list of most admired companies in the world for the ninth time.

CACI also ranked seventh on the list in the information technology services category and received top scores in various categories such as people management, product quality and corporate asset usage to earn the recognition, the company said Tuesday.

Awardees under the list have scored in the top half of their respective industry groups and were ranked based on surveys conducted by Fortune and management consulting firm Korn Ferry.

“We are proud to again be named to Fortune’s list, as it reflects CACI’s reputation of delivering superior expertise and technology in support of our customers’ critical missions,” said John Mengucci, president and CEO at CACI and a 2020 Wash100 awardee.

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