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Gary May, dean of the college of engineering at Georgia Tech, has joined Leidos' board of directors. He chaired the university’s school of electrical and computer engineering from 2005 to 2011 and served as executive assistant to Georgia Tech President Wayne Clough between 2002 and 2005 prior to his current role, Leidos said Monday. John Jumper, […] More
Leidos has been named a recipient of the National Veteran Small Business Coalition’s Champions of Veteran Enterprise award for the company’s work to boost contracting opportunities for small businesses owned by veterans or service-disabled veterans. The company said Monday it assists such businesses through contract awards, training, business and proposal development support and mentorship as part of […] More
Leidos, and Major League Soccer club D.C. United have announced that they will celebrate Armed Forces Week by setting up and participating in five days of events leading up to Armed Forces Night, Leidos said Thursday. The events will take place May 12-17 and include an armed forces clinic, first team open training, armed forces […] More
Leidos, a spinoff from SAIC, has signed a multi-year agreement with D.C. United to serve as the team’s presenting partner and official sponsor. Under the agreement, the logo of the security, health and engineering solutions company will be displayed in the team’s jerseys, D.C. United announced Monday. Leidos and D.C. United will also partner for […] More
Science Applications International Corp. will provide biomedical, engineering, occupational health and technical support services to NASA at the Johnson Space Center under a potential $1.8 billion contract. Houston-based JSC serves as the agency’s center for U.S. astronauts and oversees space exploration programs and activities aboard the International Space Station, SAIC said Thursday. The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity award […] More
One of the two companies Science Applications International Corp. is splitting into will base its headquarters in Reston, Va., SAIC CEO John Jumper told WJLA-TV. Jumper told anchor Morris Jones in an interview aired Sunday that the planned national security, health and engineering company named Leidos will be based in Reston, a few miles from SAIC’s […] More
John Jumper, Science Applications International Corp. chairman and CEO, told the National Press Club Thursday in Washington that contractors are seeking new ways to help their government customers as missions change during sequestration. Jumper also highlighted how companies are seeking growth in adjacent markets and how government market experience can help fulfill demand in those […] More
The planned separation of Science Applications International Corp. and the potential threat of sequestration were among the main topics at a recent industry seminar featuring SAIC CEO John Jumper, the Washington Business Journal reports. According to Tong Zhang’s story, Jumper told attendees at the Northern Virginia Technology Council-hosted breakfast event one of the two companies […] More
The government contracting marketplace so far in 2013 has been one marked by uncertainty, sequestration and a tough budget environment. Through Executive Spotlights, white papers, Potomac Officers Club events and overall media coverage, the ExecutiveBiz team has had the opportunity to gain perspective and insight into how GovCon firms and their leaders are approaching the […] More
SAIC Inc. will transfer 450 employees to McLean, Va. and other offices from San Diego, where the company was headquartered from its 1969 founding until it moved to McLean in 2009, the Washington Post reports. New locations for employees could also include Orlando or Oak Ridge, Tenn. as well as McLean, Marjorie Censer reported. Recently-appointed […] More
Sarah Allen serves as Leidos‘ chief human resources officer and is an executive vice president at the GovCon firm, where she works to use recruitment and retention efforts to generate competitive advantage and help the firm grow. Allen had been with SAIC for around four years when it separated into national security, engineering and healthcare technology […] More
Lou Von Thaer started a new chapter of his three-decade GovCon career in June 2013 as president of a business once part of Science Applications International Corp. that eventually became Leidos‘ national security sector. Von Thaer now leads a team of 13,000 professionals in the sector after previously leading 7,000 employees at General Dynamics Advanced […] More
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