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Title: Accountability in Contracting: Doing the Right Thing National Contract Management Association 27th Annual Government Contract Management Conference Friday, November 21, 2008


1
Accountability in Contracting Doing the Right
Thing National Contract Management
Association 27th Annual Government Contract
Management Conference Friday, November 21, 2008
  • Dr. J. P. Jack London
  • Executive Chairman Chairman of the Board

2
Navigating the Contracting Maze
OCI
IDIQ
RFP's
FAR
Compliance
SOW
BPA
3
CACI Over the Years
  • 1960s
  • SIMSCRIPT
  • First government contracts
  • 1970s
  • London joins as PM
  • Growth in DoD
  • 1980s
  • London becomes CEO
  • CICA
  • 1990s
  • Networked world
  • Government Cut Backs
  • Today
  • 2.5 billion in revenue
  • 12,300 employees

4
CACIs Culture, Ethics Integrity
At CACI our culture is our character and our
identity.
5
The Importance of Culture
The Journal of Contract Management Summer
2008 a solid corporate culture, a code of
ethics, and an effective compliance program would
reduce, if not eliminate, the number of ethical
violations taking place. In addition, from both a
government and a private contractor perspective,
it is important to remember the critical
relationship formed between ethical conduct and
the organization. Unethical conduct breaks this
relationship, resulting in loss of competitive
ability and disruption of the trust and integrity
of the organizational culture.
6
Facing the Abu Ghraib Crisis
7
The CACI Way
8
CACIs Hypercrisis Management Model
  • Acknowledge the facts
  • Outreach to employees, clients, investors and
    public
  • Push back against the media
  • Cooperate with all investigations
  • Set the record straight

9
CACIs Standards of Ethics
Additional Policies Relating to U.S. Government
Contracting As a government contractor, we have
a special obligation to the U.S. Government, and
to the general public, to ensure that we
administer our contracts and deliver our products
and services in a manner that fully satisfies
both our legal obligations and our own high
standards of integrity and quality. Contracting
with the U.S. Government imposes requirements not
traditionally associated with purely commercial
business transactions. We are committed to
compliance with the letter and spirit of the laws
and regulations governing U.S. Government
contracting.
10
Culture is a Moral Compass
A National Asset for National Missions
10
11
The Truth Will Out
12
The Future of Contracting
  • Oversight Accountability
  • Conflicts of Interest
  • Standard of Ethics Conduct
  • Contractor Databases

13
Always do right
Contract Management June 2006 Ultimately, a
robust and valued ethics-based environment in
contract management cannot be cultivated solely
from a set of laws, statutes, or guidelines. It
is imperative that leaders in business and in
government model ethical behavior at all levels
and in all matters. Ethics and ethical standards
do matter, as it affects both the substance of
our business dealings, and contributes to
defining our character. Strive to always do
rightwith this paradigm, sound ethical conduct
will likely become second nature.
14
The Buck Stops Here
President Harry S. Truman
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