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Unformatted text preview: largest systems integrators for federal government agencies, an indication that he has significant, top-level experience in his field. He received his bachelors degree in mathematics from the University of Rhode Island in 1970 and attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School Program in 1970 for senior executives. Based on my research, I have three questions for Mr. Cofoni: • As an undergraduate student, what was the most challenging part about studying mathematics? • How has CACI been able to maintain a competitive rate of recruiting and retention? • What is the most challenging part of being the CEO of an IT company? Why? I look forward to hearing Mr. Cofoni’s presentation. Source(s): http://www.caci.com/about/bios/cofoni.shtml http://investing.businessweek.com/research/stocks/people/person.asp? personId=1147191&ticker=CACI:US&previousCapId=26672926&previousTitle=XEDAR %20CORP...
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2012 for the course H/A 121 taught by Professor Alamo during the Spring '12 term at Morgan.
- Spring '12