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. Navigating the Contracting Maze. OCI. IDIQ. RFP's.
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Accountability in Contracting:Doing the Right ThingNational Contract Management Association27th Annual Government Contract Management ConferenceFriday, November 21, 2008
Dr. J. P. “Jack” London
Executive Chairman & Chairman of the Board
At CACI our culture is our character and our identity.
The Journal of Contract Management
“…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.”
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