2015 Fed 100

Federal 100: Ken Asbury

Ken Asbury

Name: Ken Asbury
Title: President and CEO
Company: CACI International

Service through security. Security is Asbury's top priority no matter what organization he serves. A former translator and interpreter for the U.S. Army Security Agency (now the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command), he became president and CEO of CACI International in 2013, just in time to lead the company's largest acquisition to date -- an $820 million deal for Six3 Systems that allows CACI to deliver intelligence solutions to the national security community. Asbury is also a thought leader on security and co-authored a paper for the company's Asymmetric Threat Symposium last year.

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