CACI held the grand opening of its Dr. J.P. (Jack) London Shared Services Center (SSC) in Oklahoma City on July 10. The center provides CACI with a centralized, state-of-the-art resource to enhance its business operations support across the company. By bringing centralized, state-of-the-art resources and expertise to CACI’s business operations, the center will optimize the delivery of cost-effective, high-quality support services with greater reliability and consistency across the company.
The center is named for CACI’s Executive Chairman and Chairman of the Board Dr. Jack London, as the founder of the modern-day CACI and an Oklahoma City native. Dr. London still has close ties to the region and family members who reside there, and CACI President and CEO Ken Asbury attended school in Oklahoma. CACI has hired 280 employees from the Oklahoma City area to date and continues to hire additional talent from the region.
London, Asbury, Chief Operating Officer John Mengucci, SSC Executive Vice president Tom Nesteruk and other CACI senior leaders were joined at the event by Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin, former Oklahoma Governor Frank Keating, Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt, members of the Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, representatives of Oklahoma Sen. James Inhofe and Rep. Steve Russell, and U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Lee Levy, CACI’s customer at nearby Tinker Air Force Base.
“We had a fantastic and well-attended grand opening to launch CACI’s state-of-the-art Shared Services Center in Oklahoma City,”Nesteruk said. “I’m proud to lead the skilled CACI professionals on our SSC team, who have embraced our company and culture, and I look forward to the gains they will bring to CACI by increasing our efficiency, enhancing our customer service, and furthering our company’s growth.”