SAIC Names Paul E. Levi SVP of Investor Relations

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Science Applications International Corporation recently announced the appointment of Paul E. Levi as senior vice president of investor relations, a role in which he will lead the company’s investor relations efforts and serve as the primary point of contact with the investment community.

Reporting directly to Chief Financial Officer Mark W. Sopp, Levi will work out of SAIC’s McLean, Va., headquarters office.

Since joining SAIC in 1986, Levi has held key financial positions. Most recently, he served as senior vice president and group chief financial officer for the Information Technology and Network Solutions Group.

Levi also held various senior business operations positions, including deputy business unit general manager, sector controller and contracts manager. He has also been instrumental in SAIC’s international work, leading the successful negotiation of contracts with international energy customers and the acquisition of Scicom Technologies, an India-based provider of onsite and offshore IT solutions. Before joining SAIC, Levi held positions with the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory and Computer Sciences Corporation.

“Paul brings strong communication skills coupled with a wealth of experience, knowledge and financial insight that will enable him to engage with investors very effectively,” Sopp said. “He will work to continue our strong relationships with the investment community and ensure that we are delivering transparent and meaningful information and results. I am pleased to add him to our team.”

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