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Larry Sikes, a member of the mission assurance engineering contract team at Science Applications International Corp., has been selected to receive the NASA Johnson Space Center’s Silver Snoopy Award. The award is given to individuals who have made significant contributions to the future of human space flight, SAIC said Tuesday. “The Silver Snoopy award is the […] More
Tony Moraco, chief executive of SAIC, is moving to establish a more direct tie between him and members of his management team in 2014. Chief Information Officer Bob Fecteau and Chief Communications Officer Lucy Fitch will both report directly to Moraco beginning sometime after Feb. 1, the contractor said, as will Jennifer Smith, senior vice […] More
Science Applications International Corp. has partnered with Hitachi Data Systems Federal Corp. to offer a virtual desktop service to government customers. The companies will work to build an integrated desktop-as-a-service platform for helping agencies manage their virtualized infrastructures and meeting government desktop standards, SAIC said Friday. Charles Onstott, vice president for cloud, cyber and data […] More
Science Applications International Corp. has won a position on a potential 5-year $890 million contract to provide the U.S. Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic with infrastructure, computing and transport support work. The multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract is meant to support command, control, communications, computers, combat systems, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance initiatives through a one-year […] More
            After more than four decades of doing business as Science Applications International Corp., the iconic contractor founded by Dr. Robert Beyster divided into two independent companies in September. Tony Moraco (above), who joined SAIC in 2006 and formerly led its government solutions group prior to the split, now leads […] More
Science Applications International Corp. has been selected for the Defense Logistics Agency‘s Business Alliance Award in recognition of the company’s work to support relief efforts after Hurricane Sandy. SAIC employees worked to source, lease and ship power generators to a U.S. Navy facility in Lakehurst, N.J. after the storm under the federal government’s Prime Vender Maintenance, […] More
Tony Moraco, chief executive of the future Science Applications International Corp., believes the timing is right for the company to spin off from the current SAIC, he told the Washington Post in an interview published Monday. Marjorie Censer writes the Post interviewed Moraco ahead of this week's formal split into Leidos Holdings and SAIC. “People have asked, “˜Is […] More
Science Applications International Corp. and the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association are collaborating to develop a guide on how cooperatives should implement smart grid information technology strategies. The “Next Generation Utility IT Architecture“ guide will contain a review of smart grid requirements, approach studies and implementation management, SAIC said Monday. SAIC and the NRECA aim […] More
Science Applications International Corp. has won a potential $118 million contract to provide engineering services for an LSB Industries project in Arkansas. SAIC will help LSB design, build and manage an ammonia plant at the 150-acre El Dorado Chemical Co., under the two-year contract, SAIC said Tuesday. James Moos, an SAIC senior vice president and group […] 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
Science Applications International Corp. will provide business process, information security and information technology services to the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board under a potential $224 million contract. The Technology and Enterprise Support Services contract contains two base years, a two-year option and two one-year options, SAIC said Monday. Dan Harris, senior vice president of SAIC’s federal civilian group, said […] More
Science Applications International Corp. will aim to help the Department of Homeland Security bolster the cybersecurity posture of federal civilian “.gov” networks and protect cyber infrastructure under a potential five-year, $6 billion contract. SAIC is one of 17 awardees that will compete to provide DHS tools and services under the blanket purchase agreement awarded by the General […] More
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