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Sean Pender, Vice President of the Spectrum Superiority Systems Division at CACI International

Sean Pender,

Vice President,


Sean Pender, Vice President of the Spectrum Superiority Systems Division at CACI International

Sean Pender is the vice president of CACI International‘s Spectrum Superiority Systems division. The Spectrum Superiority Systems division provides electronic warfare and wireless hardware solutions to the Department of Defense and Intelligence Community clients.

Pender oversees profit and loss activities and daily operations across three legacy acquisitions. He also leads all aspects of the division, including growth, strategy and finance.

He has been with CACI since May, according to his LinkedIn profile.

Pender was the president of consulting firm MCR before assuming his current leadership role. At MCR, he led P&L and daily operational responsibilities for the Pentagon and other federal civilian clients.

He also held P&L-related leadership positions at Alion Science and Technology, which was acquired by Huntington Ingalls Industries in 2021, and DRS Technologies, which is now Leonardo DRS.

Before entering the private industry, Pender was a program manager at the DOD from 2000 to 2001. He was a program manager at the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division from 1984 to 2000.

The CACI executive holds a bachelor’s degree in electronics and computer engineering from George Mason University.

CACI offers C4ISR, cyber, digital solution, engineering and enterprise IT products and services to clients in the defense and federal government sectors. It is headquartered in Reston, Virginia, and has offices across the U.S., the U.K. and India.

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