CACI names new executive VP, CTO

CACI International announced today the appointment of Deborah Dunie as executive vice president and chief technology officer.

Dunie's responsibilities will include developing and advancing the company’s technology infrastructure and expanding capabilities and services that have broad market application with many of the company’s clients, according to a CACI statement.

Dunie has more than 20 years of senior-level technology experience, including nearly five years at the Defense Department, and key positions at technology companies.

At DOD, Dunie worked in the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence, as director for plans and analysis. She was responsible for providing executive leadership, guidance and reviews of DOD activities and programs as they related to U.S. national interests, defense policies, operational requirements and state-of-the-art technologies.

Her previous private sector work included, according to the statement, being responsible for electronic business solutions in the national intelligence market at Oracle, guiding the strategic direction of Raytheon E-Systems’ Advanced Technology Program and overseeing new and existing business development in advanced information processing technologies at Martin Marietta.

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