CACI names senior VP for national security and innovative solutions
Retired U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Peter Gallagher will advise sector's president
Arlington-based CACI International Inc., a Fortune 500 federal contractor, has named retired U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Peter Gallagher as a senior vice president, it announced Monday.
“We welcome Mr. Gallagher and his significant national security experience to the CACI team,” said CACI President and CEO John Mengucci in a statement. “Pete’s expertise adds increased value to our customers’ critical missions across the multi-domain battlefield of today and tomorrow.”
Gallagher will serve as principal adviser to the president of CACI’s national security and innovative solutions sector, Todd Probert.
“Pete’s depth of defense mission expertise…and years of special operations experience will accelerate our success in bringing software-enabled technology to enhance, connect and secure critical systems for our customers,” Probert said in a statement.
Gallagher, who joined the Army in 1986, was most recently the director of the Army Futures Network Command Control, Communication and Intelligence Cross-Functional Team. Gallagher has also served as commander of Network Enterprise Technology Command and chief information officer of United States Central Command.
He earned the Distinguished Service Medal, three Defense Superior Service Medals, four Legion of Merit award, the Defense Meritorious Service Medal and three Bronze Star Medals.