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Criminal Investigations Expert Joins CACI


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CACI International
: 31 May, 2010  (Company News)
CACI International takes on former Naval investigation executive to lead the company’s Cyber Law Enforcement and Force Protection division
CACI International has appointed Mr Gregory Scovel, Former Acting Director of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS), as Vice President of the Cyber Law Enforcement and Force Protection Division in the company’s Cyber Solutions Group. In this position, Mr Scovel will be responsible for developing business opportunities and providing strategic direction in areas such as cyber and force protection with the Armed Forces’ law enforcement community, cyber forensics, and combating terrorism.

Mr Scovel has more than 30 years of experience with the NCIS. During his tenure, the agency produced a significant record of exemplary successes in the areas of counterintelligence, combating terrorism, law enforcement, and analysis. As a member of the NCIS Executive Staff since 2001 – with over six years in the Senior Executive Service (SES) – he was instrumental in the transformation of the NCIS to a proactive and progressive agency. His expertise in teaming with industry to protect industrial sites and laboratories assisted the development of critical and sensitive technologies for the Department of Navy.

As a trusted advisor to senior executives in the Office of the Secretary of Defence, the Secretary of the Navy, and throughout the US Armed Forces, Mr Scovel has consistently brought proven communication, coordination, and consensus building skills to the public sector. Additionally, Mr Scovel served seven years in the US Navy Reserve as an intelligence officer.

“I’m very pleased to support CACI’s dedicated efforts in the cyber solutions arena,” Mr Scovel said. “I look forward to using my experience and skill sets to reinforce the company’s work in areas such as IT security, countering the asymmetric threat, and helping to protect our nation’s logistics supply chain.”

CACI President and Chief Executive Officer Paul Cofoni said, “We welcome Mr. Scovel to CACI. His remarkable knowledge base and hands-on expertise, gained in a three decades-long tenure with the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, will contribute significantly to our rapidly developing cyber solutions capability.”
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