Company: CACI International, Inc.
Location: Lanham, MD
Lanham, MD, April 12, 2011, Keith Herrington, Engineering Senior Scientist for CACI International, Inc., has been recognized by Elite American Engineers for dedication, achievements and leadership in knowledge management.
Mr. Herrington began working for CACI International, Inc. following his extensive 35-year career in government service. Utilizing his expertise in knowledge management gained from working within the intelligence community, he delivers professional services and information technology solutions for defense, intelligence, homeland security and federal civilian government areas. He assists his clients with preserving their investments in existing systems while leveraging the potential of advanced technologies. In order to stay abreast of industry changes, Mr. Herrington attends briefings and conferences, as well as maintains a network with other thought leaders of knowledge management through online communications, such as blogs and e-mails. Through all of his success with CACI International, he remains humble and attributes his fortunate position to the support he receives from his friends and colleagues.
Aside from his work with the U.S. Department of Defense and intelligence community, Mr. Herrington served in the U.S. Army from 1978 until 1987. He then entered the reserves before retiring in 2009 with the rank of major. He has been a key participant in a wide variety of related working groups, including the Intelligence Community’s information sharing work group, various presidential guideline committees, interagency threat assessment and coordination groups and the geospatial intelligence board. During 2004, Mr. Herrington authored key sections of the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act on information sharing and its impact on civil liberties and privacy issues, Sections 1016 and 1061, respectively. In recognition of achievements throughout his professional life, he has received numerous awards, including both the Meritorious Civilian Service Medal and the DIA Director’s Award twice.
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