CACI Names New CEO

Paul M. Confoni is taking over as chief executive at the Arlington company, which provides information technology and other services to government agencies.

Confoni replaces J.P. (Jack) London starting July 1. London, who will remain executive chairman and chairman of the board, oversaw the company's rapid growth in recent years.

According to a CACI release describing the transition, Confoni joined CACI as president of U.S. operations in 2005, and helped position the company to compete for homeland security, defense and intelligence contracts.

By Dan Beyers  |  June 21, 2007; 11:26 AM ET
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