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Former Virginia Governor Jim Gilmore, General William Scott Wallace Appointed to CACI Board of Directors

CACI International Inc. appointed former Virginia governor James S. Gilmore III and General William Scott Wallace, USA (Ret.) to their Board of Directors according to an announcement made today. “We are proud to have former Virginia Governor James S. Gilmore III and General William Scott Wallace join CACI’s Board of Directors,” said CACI Chairman Dr. J.P. London, “Their successful leadership of large organizations and outstanding expertise in such areas as defense, intelligence, homeland security, and IT modernization perfectly complement our Board and our company’s capabilities.”

Gilmore served as governor of Virginia from 1998 to 2002 and was a pioneer in the area of technology policy by establishing the nation’s first secretariat of technology and signing into law the nation’s first inclusive state-wide Internet policy. Gilmore also chaired the U.S. Congressional Advisory Panel to Assess Domestic Response Capabilities Involving Terrorism and Weapons of Mass Destruction. The panel was significant in the development the Office of Homeland Security.

Gilmore’s previous experience includes serving as Chairman of the Board of Everquest Financial Ltd. He currently serves on the board of both Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings, Inc. and Cypress Communications, Inc. Gilmore was also a partner at the law firm Kelley Drye and Warren from 2002 to 2008 where he chaired the law firm’s Homeland Security Practice Group.

General Wallace comes to CACI with an excellent record as an executive and organizational manager as well as 39-years of military service. As the Commander of the Army’s Training and Doctrine Command from 2005-2008, General Wallace directed the reorganization in the continuation of military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan for the Army. Always on the cutting edge of military technology, General Wallace commanded the Army’s first “digitized” division from 1997-1999.

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