Helping Puerto Rico's Citizens
In the early days after Hurricanes Irma and Maria, SAIC created a human communications chain to help survivors reach their loved ones in the U.S.
Employee Stories of Military Service
Supporting our military is at the core of what we do. Over 25 percent of our employees are veterans. View stories of SAIC employees from each branch of the armed forces.
Empowering the Navy Fleet
From manufacturing to weapons systems testing, SAIC is helping the U.S. Navy keep our shores safe. We’re redefining what it means to be a technology integrator.
Elevating Human Performance
SAIC provides customized solutions to train soldiers and and civilians in operationally demanding environments to be mentally ready, composed, and confident.
Veteran Reflects on a Lifetime of Service
When SAIC employee Grady Tumlin volunteered for the U.S. Army in 1944, little did he know it would lead to a military career during some of the world's most turbulent times.
Launching NASA's Enterprise Mission Forward
SAIC administers mission-critical enterprise applications at Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, and manages programs used across the space agency.
IT Insures America's Food Supply
Providing the IT backbone for the U.S. Department of Agriculture Risk Management Agency is a matter of national security, and SAIC is delivering the latest cutting-edge solutions to America’s heartland.
AAV SU: Modern Marine Vehicle Solution
U.S. Marine Corps' Assault Amphibious Vehicles (AAVs) are being equipped with Survivability Upgrades to better protect Marines for an additional 20 years of service.
Prototyping with 3-D Printing
As additive manufacturing—otherwise known as 3-D printing—matures, SAIC has adopted the technology to offer new, smarter solutions with rapid prototyping.
ACV 1.1: From Ship to Shore
Built to support the U.S. Marine Corps, the Amphibious Combat Vehicle (ACV) 1.1 expands the maneuver space across land and water environments.
Historic UAV Refueling
The U.S. Navy's prototype unmanned aerial vehicle achieved its first in-flight refueling, and SAIC had a hand in the success, crafting the requirements that told the UAV exactly what to do and where to go.