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He retired in December 2012 from CACI after seven years with the company and five years serving as its CEO.
Prior to serving as President of U.S. Operations at CACI, the position he first held at the Arlington, Va.- based firm, Cofoni was president of the federal sector at CSC where revenue went from $2.7 billion to $5 billion during his five years there.
He worked at General Dynamics for 17 years and began his career in the U.S. Army as an officer in 1970.
During his tenure at CACI, the company grew from a staff of approximately 9,500 workers to its current 14,600 employees.
The company also more than doubled its revenue from $1.6 billion in 2005 to $3.8 billion for fiscal year 2012, with more than 20 acquisitions helping drive gains.
Last year, Cofoni was recognized as Executive of the Year at the Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards in the category of companies with annual revenue greater than $300 million.
Cofoni is also a former chairman of the Professional Services Council and chairman of the board for the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association International.
PAE recently made GovCon headlines when it announced it was buying CSC’s applied technology business for $175 million.