U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) met with Ken Asbury, CEO of CACI in Washington today. Last month, CACI announced they would be locating the company’s Shared Services Center in Oklahoma City, expanding its existing operations in Oklahoma. When fully staffed, their facility will create over 300 jobs.
“CACI has a long history of supporting our national security, just like Oklahoma. With our pro-business environment, skilled workforce and mission-critical military installations on the cutting edge of warfare advancements, there is no better place for them to expand operations and create jobs than in our state,” Inhofe said. “I enjoyed meeting with CEO Ken Asbury today about our shared commitment to economic growth and defending America.”
CACI President and Chief Executive Officer Ken Asbury said, “Our plans to open the CACI Shared Services Center in Oklahoma City are well underway. The support and hospitality from Oklahoma has been incredible. My meeting with Senator Inhofe today confirmed our shared views on the growth advantages in Oklahoma City and the importance of CACI’s contributions to our nation’s security. We are actively recruiting Oklahoma talent to join our team in CACI’s center to support our employees who are dedicated to our customers’ critical missions.”