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Tony Moraco, CEO of Science Applications International Corp., has said he expects an increase in government contracting activity as federal agencies move to obligate funds for the rest of fiscal year 2017, FCW reported Wednesday. Moraco, an inductee into Executive Mosaic‘s Wash100 for 2017, told investors and analysts during SAIC’s fiscal 2018 first-quarter earnings call that he observed many agencies looking to […] More
Science Applications International Corp. has announced plans to open a center of excellence for information technology services in Cookeville, Tennessee, this summer. SAIC said Monday its Technology Integration Gateway center will be located in the Regions Bank Building and will offer cloud, cybersecurity and data science support to government and commercial customers. “Since 1969, SAIC has been doing business in Tennessee and the establishment […] More
Science Applications International Corp. plans to build a new facility in Cookeville, Tennessee, that will work to provide information technology support to commercial firms, federal civilian and defense agencies as well as local and state government agencies. SAIC will unveil the Technology Integration Gateway facility in the summer of 2017 and add 300 jobs over […] More
Tony Moraco, CEO of Science Applications International Corp., has said he believes SAIC is “well-positioned“ to provide offerings in the areas of information assurance and enterprise information technology as federal government clients work to address cyber threats and leverage cloud platforms. He told analysts Thursday at SAIC's earnings call for fiscal year 2017's fourth quarter that the […] More
Sixteen employees of Science Applications International Corp. have received numerous awards at the 31st annual Black Engineer of the Year Awards' science, technology, engineering and math conference in Washington. SAIC CEO Tony Moraco said in a statement released Friday that he is honored to recognize the company's employees in their efforts to encourage younger generations to […] More
Tony Moraco, CEO of Science Applications International Corp., has said the company aims to capture opportunities in the growing market for Internet of Things-based products and services, Washington Technology reported Friday. “We’re trying to look at it from two sides: how can that capability better an outcome“”whether it be for people, society, the nation“”so how […] More
Science Applications International Corp. unveiled its first updated amphibious assault vehicle for the U.S. Marine Corps at a company facility in Hanahan, South Carolina last week, the Post and Courier reported Friday. David Wren writes SAIC was awarded a potential five-year, $194 million contract to equip 10 prototype AAVs with new blast-resistant seats armor protection, transmission and suspension systems. SAIC […] More
Tony Moraco, CEO of Science Applications International Corp., will deliver a speech at the Northern Virginia Technology Council's 2016 Titans Series event. Moraco will discuss his views on innovation and how he leads SAIC when it comes to the delivery of services to commercial and federal government clients, NVTC said Wednesday. Titans Series will be held at […] More
Four companies have been named to Capital Business‘ and the Northern Virginia Technology Council's 2015 Destination Innovation competition that seeks to recognize products that show potential or value of being transitioned to market, the Washington Post reported Thursday. Aaron Gregg writes in-home systems company CyberTimez, broadband provider Kajeet, information technology firm Unisys and Fairfax County […] More
Science Applications International Corp. said it will sponsor the Washington Nationals Patriotic Series for the second straight year. The Major League Baseball team holds the four-game event at Nationals Park each year to pay homage to members of the U.S. armed forces. “Integrity and respect have been a part of SAIC’s culture since day one,“ SAIC […] More
Tony Moraco, CEO of Science Applications International Corp., has described his strategy for the first year and a half of the firm’s independent operations from parent company Leidos, the Washington Business Journal reported Monday. Jill Aitoro writes that Moraco told attendees of the publication’s first Power Breakfast event that particular care was needed in making business decisions or moves […] More
Science Applications International Corp. CEO Tony Moraco has revealed SAIC's plan to focus its long-term growth strategy on the company's three-dimensional technology facility in North Charleston, The Post and Carrier reported Sunday. David Wren writes SAIC is using 3-D printing technology to create prototypes for customers and cites the company’s five-year, $194 million amphibious assault vehicle modification […] More
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