CACI hires Vito

Steve Vito, a veteran in the IT publishing world, is leaving the monthly magazine Government Executive to join CACI International Inc. as a vice president of partnerships and alliances.

Vito, who has been the publisher of Government Executive for five years, will join the information solutions company in mid-February focusing on developing partnerships in its civilian market.

CACI, which is based in Arlington, Va., specializes in systems integration, managed network solutions and information assurance. It is a publicly-owned company, and has more than $943 million in annual revenues and more than 7,000 employees worldwide.

Vito also has been the publisher of Federal Computer Week and associate publisher of Byte magazine.

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