California teachers' pension fund pressures CACI to investigate company's role in Iraqi prisoner abuses

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19 October 2004

CACI Rejects California State Treasurer Phil Angelides' Crass, Politically Motivated Antics

Author: CACI International

CACI International Inc responded today to the continuing misguided harassment from California State Treasurer Phil Angelides and the apparent confusion of the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) regarding the company's work in Iraq. CACI has responsibly cooperated with all government investigations and initiated its own investigation...CACI has not been charged or found guilty of any misconduct...if any of our employees are found guilty of misconduct, we will take appropriate action. [also refers to California State Teachers Retirement System (CalSTRS)]

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2 September 2004

CalSTRS leery of contractor [USA, Iraq]

Author: Gilbert Chan, Sacramento Bee

The California State Teachers' Retirement System ratcheted up pressure Wednesday on military contractor CACI International Inc., urging the company's board to investigate the conduct of executives and interrogators in the Iraqi prison scandal. At the same time, CalSTRS, the nation's third-largest public pension fund, took steps that could lead to divesting its holdings in the beleaguered company...A CACI spokeswoman declined comment Wednesday...In recent weeks, the company has strongly defended its work in Iraq and said its employees have acted responsibly. [also refers to California Public Employees' Retirement System (Calpers)]

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