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Dr. J. Phillip “Jack” London is Executive Chairman and Chairman of the Board of CACI International Inc (NYSE), a $4.3 billion information technology and professional services company, employing 20,000 employees in 130 offices worldwide. London joined CACI in 1972, and previously served as President and Chief Executive Officer from 1984 to 2007. 

London is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy (1959) and the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School (1967), where he earned, respectively, a Bachelor of Science in naval engineering and a Master of Science in operations research. He holds a doctorate in business administration conferred “with distinction” from George Washington University (1971).

In the U.S. Navy (1959-1971), London served as a naval aviator and as Aide and Administrative Assistant to the Vice Chief of the Naval Material Command. In the Navy Reserve (1971-1983), he served as a designated Naval Aeronautical Engineering Duty Officer and commanding officer of aeronautical engineering reserve units with the Naval Air Systems Command, Washington, DC.

London’s honors include the Association of the United States Army’s John W. Dixon award (2003), the Navy League’s Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz award (2007), and the Naval Orders’ Admiral of the Navy George Dewey Award (2013). London was named one of the Most Influential People in Business Ethics by the Ethisphere Institute (2014). He also received the Leadership in Technology Award from the New York Council of the Navy League of the United States (2016). Since 2002, the Human Resources Leadership Awards of Greater Washington gives its annual Dr. J.P. London Ethics in Business Award. 

London serves on the board of directors for CAUSE (Comfort for America’s Uniformed Services), the Navy Memorial Foundation, the Naval Historical Foundation, and the Friends of the National World War II Memorial.

London is the author of Character: The Ultimate Success Factor (2013) and other books. Proceeds from Character are donated to wounded and disabled veterans organizations.