Mission: We are an organization of good character. Our mission is to be a leader in providing the solutions and services needed to defeat international threats to our nation and counter global terrorism, secure our homeland, and improve government services. We're ...
CACI President and CEO Ken Asbury and President of U.S. Operations DeEtte Gray have been named to Executive Mosaic’s 2018 Wash100 list, and Chief Operating Officer John Mengucci has been named to FCW’s Federal 100 list. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ7Nw
CACI's Darrin Washington, recognized as one of the FedHealthIT100, shares his insights on where he sees the federal health market headed in 2018. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQsNg
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...where you will have the opportunity to apply your innovative ideas to work that matters. You'll grow in an environment that values ethics and integrity. And you'll be at the core of some of our nation's most critical missions. Discover the meaningful work CACI does and how you can make an impact.
CACI employs a diverse range of talent to create an environment that fuels innovation and fosters continuous improvement and success. At CACI, you will have the opportunity to make an immediate impact by providing information solutions and services in support of national security missions and government transformation for Intelligence, Defense, and Federal Civilian customers. CACI is proud to provide dynamic careers for employees worldwide.
For 55 years, the principles of CACI’s character-based culture have been the driving force behind our success. Based on the guiding principles of integrity, commitment, distinction, and pride, our culture defines who we are, how we act, and what we believe is the right way to do business. As we work towards CACI’s future, it will continue to guide our actions, strengthen our reputation, and increase our resolve to meet our customers’ – and our country’s – most vital needs.
The CACI culture is based on four guiding principles:
When it comes to planning for a healthy future for our employee and their families, CACI is committed to ensuring our benefits are competitive and that our plan options provide you with choice, flexibility, value, and control over your healthcare spending. We offer the following full range of benefits:
Retirement and Savings Plan
Paid Time Off
Other Work/Life Benefits
At CACI, we recognize that the investment we make in talent and development, not just as a company function, but as an individual and organizational commitment, is essential for our employee’s, customer’s, and CACI’s success. We offer learning and development opportunities through a variety of vehicles and programs to develop the skills, knowledge, and behaviors balanced across the customer, employee, and business objectives.
CACI's proud history serving the U.S. military began in 1963 upon receiving its first contract to perform research and simulation for the U.S. Navy. Over 50 years later, CACI employees continue to help defense and intelligence customers deliver mission-critical capabilities, working alongside service members in numerous countries to perform such work as deploying biometrics tools that identify terrorist threats, delivering geospatial imagery used for operational planning, and providing supply chain security framework to transport medical equipment to military hospitals.
Veterans add tremendous value to any organization, but their talent, experience, and commitment make them particularly well-suited for CACI. That's why nearly one in three CACI employees is either a former service member or current drilling reservist or guardsman, and our military hiring and development efforts are continually recognized as a triple win: providing veterans with rewarding careers while the company and its customers benefit from their proven leadership, values, job skills, and work ethic.
I worked at CACI International full-time
Great people working hard behind the scenes to ensure the business side is running as smoothly as possible. They took care of the folks on the ground and very supportive.
Was part of the restructuring with purchase of company, and the transition (like most) was difficult. But, CACI did do quite a bit to ensure personnel were taken care of on the ground even while most of the previous company's upper management was laid off immediately.
Advice to Management
Sometimes, too many lanes for support cause more work for people on the ground. Stream line the processes to make them easier versus having to go through 5 to get to 1.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at CACI International in February 2018.
A recruiter calls you and goes over your resume. They ask you detailed questions about your experience and what systems you have worked with or on. They also ask your preference about shift work and availability to deploy.