Federal Acquisition Council

For VP of Business Development or equivalent leaders of emerging and large organizations

 

  • Ravi Dankanikote, Senior Vice President of Enterprise Solutions and Services at CACI International

    Ravi Dankanikote, Senior Vice President of Enterprise Solutions and Services at CACI International

    Ravi Dankanikote is the Senior Vice President of the Enterprise Solutions and Services business group at CACI International. In his capacity, he leads a team of senior executives in new business growth, mergers and acquisitions, client engagement, and capture and proposal strategy across the DoD, Intel, and Federal Civilian markets. With over 20 years of GOVCON experience, Ravi has captured multi-million dollar strategic bids, and has guided deployments of several market-disrupting IT solutions.

    As a leader in the Federal technology evolution, Ravi is a trusted advisor to his clients and Industry peers. He sees each new business pursuit as an opportunity not only to broker strategic growth for CACI, but also as a means of increasing Government efficiencies to best serve its constituents. As an engineer by formal training, Ravi holds a Master’s degree in Computer Science from Shippensburg University (PA); and B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Bangalore University (India). Ravi resides in Chantilly, VA with his lovely wife Narmada, and two sons, Rahul and Karan.

  • James Scampavia, VP of Business Development

    James Scampavia, VP of Business Development

    James Scampavia is the Vice President of Business Development at AMERICAN SYSTEMS. He has more than 25 years of marketing and business development experience in Federal and Local Government markets with the past 15 years in business development, working for government contractors. He has ascended through a number of roles with increasing responsibility in business development with companies such as BAE Systems, L-3 Communications, and STG. Prior to that, Scampavia held senior marketing positions with state and local entities, notably the Fairfax County (Va.) Economic Development Authority.

    Scampavia earned MBA from The George Washington University, and a BA from the University of California, Santa Cruz. He holds professional affiliations with AFCEA Homeland Security Committee, TechAmerica, and the Professional Services Council.

    Scampavia is based out of AMERICAN SYSTEMS’ Chantilly, Va. office.

 

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