Jack London (businessman)
|Dr. J. Phillip "Jack" London|
London holds a bachelor's degree in Engineering from the United States Naval Academy in 1959, a master's degree in Operations Research from the Naval Postgraduate School in 1967, and a Doctorate degree in Business Administration from the George Washington University in 1971.
London was CACI's 35th employee when he joined the company as a program manager in 1972. He was a Vice President of the company from 1975 until becoming Senior Vice President in 1977, and was then named Executive Vice President in 1979. served as President of U.S. Operations at CACI International Inc from November 1, 2004 to August 2005, Executive Vice President from 1979 to 1982, Senior Vice President from 1977 to 1979 and Vice President from 1975 to 1977. Prior to being named Executive Chairman and Chairman of the Board on July 1, 2007, he had served as the Chief Executive Officer and President since 1984, as well as President of U.S. Operations from November 1, 2004 to August 2005.
London is the lead author of Our Good Name, A Company’s Fight to Get the Truth Told About Abu Ghraib (Regenery, 2008, ISBN 1596985399), which attempted to address accusations that CACI held some responsibility in regard to torture and abuse of prisoners at Abu Ghraib prison during the Iraq War. He is also the lead author of Character: The Ultimate Success Factor (Fortis, 2013, ISBN 1937592383).
- Friends of the National World War II Memorial Board
- U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation Board
- Naval Historical Foundation Board
- CAUSE Board of Directors
London is married to Jennifer Burkhart London, who helped him with the book Our Good Name and is a listed co-author on Character.
- 2013 Nathan Hale Award, Reserve Officers Association of the United States
- 2012 Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards Hall of Fame
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- "Smart CEO".
- "Jack London, CACI International Inc: Profile & Biography". Bloomberg.com. Retrieved 26 August 2016.
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