CACI names Luddeke executive VP of business unit

CACI International has appointed Dale Luddeke executive vice president of its Business Development organization.

The 10-year veteran of Computer Sciences Corp. will be involved in CACI's plan to expand its business development in the company's core market areas of national security, intelligence, homeland security and the enhancement of federal business processes. Luddeke has 27 years of experience in federal information technology in support of CACI's strategic growth plans.

At CSC, Luddeke most recently was vice president and general manager of the National Security and Foreign Affairs business unit within the company's federal sector. His clients included the Homeland Security and State departments, the U.S. Agency for International Development and other federal civilian agencies. Before that, he held executive positions at CSC.

Before joining CSC, Luddeke was a senior program development manager at Unisys, where he focused on defense agencies. He began his career as a senior engineer at McDonnell Aircraft in 1980.

Read the story by David Hubler on WashingtonTechnology.com

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