Top 10 DOD Execs to Watch in 2019

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Nick V. Farah

Nick V. Farah, Executive Vice President, Mission Solutions and Services, CACI

Nick Farah leads teams of highly diversified acquisition, engineering, scientific, technical and security professionals delivering innovative command, control, communications, computer, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance applications and logistics to the Defense Department and the intelligence community.

The company’s Mission Solutions and Services group focuses on providing solutions and services in its command and control, communications, logistics and material readiness, and surveillance and reconnaissance market areas. Before joining CACI, Farah served as corporate vice president of international business development strategy for L-3, which he joined in 1989 as a chief engineer.

Why Watch:

“Our position as a leading integrator of services and solutions provides a great foundation for organic growth,” Farah said. “In 2019, we’ll build on this foundation to provide transformative solutions for our customers.”

CACI engineers and scientists, including those employed within Farah’s market areas, are working at the edge of technology. Solutions leveraging virtual reality and augmented reality help enhance operators and maintaining user experience, from initial training to the operational environment. The use of advanced automation in management, logistics support and mission systems also increases CACI customers’ mission effectiveness and reduces lifecycle costs. CACI engineers and scientists are using advanced communications technologies to provide decisive advantages in command and control, intelligence and electronic warfare.

“Innovation is ingrained in CACI’s culture,” Farah said. “Our company fields new capabilities more quickly than ever. Model-driven development and integration and our industry-leading approach to agile development assure we meet what our customers need and expect, quickly and less expensively. RMF Eagle, our process for assuring systems are safe from cyber threats, can accelerate fielding by months.”

Farah added, “It’s that commitment that has made CACI an industry leader in electronic warfare, cybersecurity and agile software development.”

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