Mr. Fairl has primary responsibility for all of CACI's domestic, federal and state and local markets. Mr. Fairl's leadership focuses the company's support for the critical missions of the U.S. government to provide homeland security, win the war on terrorism and modernize government services. His ability to effectively manage CACI's delivery of its core capabilities in systems integration, managed network services, intelligence solutions and engineering and logistics provides the foundation for CACI's government service.
Mr. Fairl previously served as CACI's COO of U.S. Operations, directly overseeing the company's main business groups. Before that, he led CACI's Integrated Engineering Business Group, which provided engineering and logistics support to clients throughout the DoD. His accomplishments include leading and helping to develop CACI solutions that support DoD logistics and supply chains, helping to provide American troops with sufficient and up-to-date supplies and materials to ensure they are prepared, ready and protected at all times. Mr. Fairl has also helped expand CACI's capabilities to support U.S. Navy command and control systems that enable the American fleet to carry out its missions safely and successfully.
Mr. Fairl has more than 35 years of experience and success in the development, management and growth of technology-based engineering organizations in support of DoD, the Intelligence Community and commercial clients. He joined CACI (as a member of the former QuesTech) in 1987 as Program Manager for Independent Verification and Validation of the U.S. Navy's Advanced Combat Direction System. In June 1988 he was named Operations Manager for the company's San Diego, CA office. He was promoted to VP in 1993, Senior VP in 1996 and Executive VP in 2001.
Before joining CACI Mr. Fairl held key positions at Ball Systems Engineering and Comptek Research, Inc. At Ball, he was Department Manager for Software and System Test and Evaluation. He also served as program manager for the development of flight test management systems for advanced U.S. Air Force flight test programs at Edwards Air Force Base and for development of test range information management systems at Naval Air Warfare Center-Weapons Division at China Lake, CA. While at Comptek, Bill established and managed the company's San Diego operations, providing engineering support for U.S. Navy command and control systems.more » « less