Profile: Duane Landry, SAIC ISR SVP, CFO

Duane Landry, SAIC

Duane Landry is senior vice president and CFO for SAIC’s ISR group.

Landry joined SAIC in 1991. In his current role, Landry is responsible for all financial operations of the ISR group, including overall governance and controls, financial planning and analysis, contracts, pricing, procurement and a shared services operation.

Prior to joining SAIC, Landry worked at Grant Thornton, specializing in defense contracting auditing and consulting services.

Landry is both a CPA and a certified management accountant. He holds a bachelor’s degree from George Mason University and has completed  executive development programs at University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School and The University of Chicago’s Graduate School of Executive Education.

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