SAIC Team to Provide SEC with Oracle Enterprise IT Products; Richard Walters Comments

SAICEbizLogoScience Applications International Corp. is partnering with systems integrator Mythics Consulting to provide the Securities and Exchange Commission with Oracle information technology products.

Mythics Consulting said an SAIC-led team won a $64.5 million blanket purchase agreement to develop, maintain and migrate the agency’s enterprise applications.

“We are thrilled to be a part of the SAIC team and look forward to aligning Oracle solutions to our federal customer’s enterprise IT computing needs,” said Richard Walters, president of Mythics Consulting.

Under the IT Professional Services Consulting vehicle, the team will perform system design, development, integration, maintenance and implementation.

Work will also include database administration and operation support.

The National Institutes of Health selected CACI International in July 2012 to help run its Oracle financial management systems.

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