CACI names new acting CFO

CACI International has appointed Thomas Mutryn acting chief financial officer and treasurer. The appointment is effective immediately, CACI said in a statement today.

Mutryn replaces Stephen Waechter, who recently left the company, CACI said.

Mutryn, who joined CACI in September 2006 as executive vice president for corporate development and treasury and previously worked at GTSI as senior vice president and CFO of finance and accounting. Before that, he had a career in the airline industry as senior vice president of finance and CFO at US Airways. He also worked at United Airlines and American Airlines in senior finance positions.

“Tom brings keen financial insight, an understanding of sophisticated financial processes and business expertise to his new role as CACI CFO and treasurer,” said Jack London, CACI chairman, president and chief executive officer. “Tom will also help further CACI's successful [mergers and acquisitions] strategy.”

London said Mutryn will also manage the company’s capital structure, including cash management, equity and debt offerings, corporate and Securities and Exchange Commission accounting, internal audits, financial planning, and IT resources.

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