Doug Wagoner is SAIC sector president. He is responsible for the delivery of SAIC’s services and solutions to customers through the 13,000 employees in his sector, alliance partners and unique technology capabilities. He is also responsible for creating differentiated solutions for the company’s business development and research and development efforts. Wagoner oversees delivery to customers in digital infrastructure management, data analytics, cyber, software integration, mission systems engineering, platform integration, logistics, training, and simulation to the U.S. civilian, defense, and intelligence government markets.
Prior to his current appointment, he managed “Project Gemini,” the program that separated SAIC into two companies. Reporting to the chief operating officer, Project Gemini included the design, planning, and implementation to divide an $11 billion, highly integrated company with 38,000 employees into two distinct, publicly held companies with unique strategic intents. This effort was successfully completed in 12 months, saved more than $400 million in costs, with both companies delivering superior total shareholder returns.
Wagoner joined SAIC in 2007 and previously was responsible for the leadership of the company’s Homeland and Civilian Solutions Business Unit. He also managed SAIC's state, local, and commercial IT business.
Prior to joining SAIC, Wagoner served as senior vice president of Data Systems Analysts, where he was responsible for the establishment of strategic direction, development of annual operating and sales plans, and leading business development and line operations.
In addition, Wagoner was a vice president at Choice Point (Lexis Nexis), responsible for starting their public sector practice and growing it to more than $50 million in three years. Wagoner started his career at EDS (HP) and during the course of 10 years held positions in financial management, was CFO for its Mexico-based subsidiary, and then moved into sales and line management.
Wagoner has been honored by Federal Computer Week with a Fed100 Award in recognition for his work in reforming the security clearance process. He is a board member and deputy chairman of USO-Metro, where he is responsible for oversight and strategic direction of USO-Metro's executive leadership. He also serves as chairman of the National Leadership Council for the president of Virginia Tech.
Wagoner earned his Master of Business Administration from Virginia Tech and his bachelor’s degree in finance from the College of William & Mary. He is fluent in Spanish.
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