Gil Guarino, executive vice president of the transformation solutions business group for CACI International Inc., boasts a full 36-year business career in senior and executive management positions, not to mention 20 years as an Air Force colonel.
His current position at CACI calls for him to handle all aspects of his group’s business, spanning acquisition activity to product delivery to clients which include military services, the Office of the Secretary of Defense, national intelligence agencies, federal civilian agencies, healthcare agencies and members of the aerospace and defense industry.
Guarino arrived to his current role as a result of CACI’s asset purchase of American Management Systems, Inc.’s defense and intelligence group. He was first promoted to executive vice president before moving up to his current role.
He joined AMS in 1999 as vice president of strategic development for its defense and industrial business unit. He was responsible for leadership, vision and strategy to realign the company offerings. He also served as general manager for AMS’s Army and Air Force business as well as Deputy for AMS’s defense and intelligence group before it became a part of CACI.
Additionally, Guarino was program manager and the eventual director of the federal proposal and pricing group at Digital Equipment Corp. His subsequent positions included federal account manager for Digital’s federal healthcare business and national director for public sector marketing and sales.
As a colonel, he served in various program management positions for several space programs as well as F-15 and F-16 Tactical Fighter related positions. His last position before retired in 1986 was as the Air Force Systems Command’s Deputy Chief of Staff for Information Systems.