SAIC to Support Army C4 IT Systems Engineering; Tom Watson Comments

SAICEbizLogoScience Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAI) will provide the U.S. Army with systems engineering services for the branch’s communications and information technology systems.

The company said it won a potential four-year, $13 million contract to provide the Information Systems Engineering Command engineering support for C4 systems (command, control, communications and computers).

SAIC brings previous experience in C4 systems engineering to support ISEC in the region, said Tom Watson, a senior vice president and business unit general manager.

The company will survey sites and also provide technology support, telecommunications engineering, testing and installation.

SAIC will perform work at its facilities in Arizona and California and at government project sites in Korea and Okinawa, Japan.

The ISEC is responsible for providing Army organizations, combatant commanders and U.S. agencies support for IT and communications systems.

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