Arlington-based CACI International has tapped a Defense Department senior executive to oversee the company's opportunity management and customer delivery practices.
David Wennergren recently served as the assistant deputy chief management officer in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, where he was in charge of business operations, strategic planning, performance management and investment management, according to a news release.
Wennergren will serve as a vice president within CACI's enterprise technologies and services group. CACI International is based at 1100 N. Glebe Road in Ballston.
Wennergren retired Aug. 2 and will start his new job in the private sector on Sept. 3, according to FCW. He spent more than 30 years working for the federal government.
He has previously served as deputy chief information officer in the Department of Defense and chief information officer in the Department of the Navy.
“In my first job as a young analyst working for the Navy, I had the opportunity to work with a team of outstanding professionals from CACI on a cutting-edge technology initiative," Wennergren said in a statement.
"Throughout my career in government, I have witnessed that CACI is a company of exceptional integrity with a long history of delivering outstanding support to the Defense Department and the nation. Now, I am very excited about the opportunity to join this world-class team and lend my hand to help address the pressing technology and change management opportunities that will face organizations in the years ahead.”
Wennergren has a reputation for being passionate about technology and management, a champion of ideas like secure information sharing, according to Federal News Radio.
CACI provides information solutions and services in support of national security missions and government transformation for intelligence, defense and federal civilian clients.
“Dave Wennergren brings CACI exceptional leadership experience in the federal government arena and great insight into how we can continue to evolve our capabilities to support the government’s most critical information solutions and services requirements," the company's CEO, Ken Asbury, said in a statement. "His appointment reflects CACI’s sustained focus on leadership excellence and our dedication to the nation’s highest priorities.”