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SAIC Comments On New Air Traffic Controller Retirement Changes

December 14, 2016

SAIC Program Manager for Air Traffic Controller Training Richard Klumpp recently commented on Congress and the Obama Administration repealing limitations on air traffic controllers’ retirement accounts.

The Oklahoma Journal Record

SAIC CEO Tony Moraco Interviewed On Company’s Strategy

December 13, 2016

In a Q&A discussion with reporter Ellen Mitchell, SAIC CEO Tony Moraco discussed the company’s strategy and expand its information technology and defense services to existing customers. Although no plans to expand internationally, Moraco said SAIC is planning to “double down on the domestic market,” and grow its platform modernization portfolio.

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SAIC, no longer just a services company, broadens hardware push

December 9, 2016

During SAIC’s third-quarter earnings call, CEO Tony Moraco remarked on recent contract wins that demonstrate that SAIC has “moved beyond” its role providing services, citing increased responsibilities in hardware contracts and platform integration. Moraco said, “We’ve traditionally, from the very beginning, delivered technology solutions to our customers...The platform integration portfolio that is an area of growth for us is an example of technology integration applied on maybe a broader scale than perhaps the subsystem work that we did pre-spin.”

The Washington Business Journal

SAIC SVP Advises CIOs to Make Use of Data Science

December 2016

In an op-ed, SAIC SVP of Cloud, Cyber, and Data Science Charles Onstott wrote that chief information officers “can leverage their enterprise’s data more effectively to create greater value for their organizations” by incrementally introducing data science as a way to “solve a pressing problem.” Onstott urged CIOs to use their “organization’s usual deployment process for taking a data science project from a prototype stage to operations,” though he advised them to “consider taking a fresh approach and tapping into Agile and DevOps practices.”

CIO Review

Less Virtual, More Reality

November 2016

As combat simulators are increasingly more realistic and less expensive, a new generation of combat simulators offer new advancement for the National Guard. According to SAIC VP of Simulation and Training Systems Robert Kleinhample, SAIC’s cloud delivery services offer “platform independence” and the company “is currently devoting resources to making 3-D videos that can be viewed on a mobile phone” using Google Cardboard.

The National Guard Magazine

Defense contractor’s big, odd jobs in El Paso

Oct. 31, 2016

SAIC’s tactical vehicle work in El Paso for the U.S. Army was recently highlighted after its facility moved from Ft. Bliss to a warehouse near El Paso International Airport. In SAIC’s new facility, employees are turning vehicles the Army has into vehicles the Army needs – one at a time, according to the article.

El Paso Inc.

SAIC's Sanjay Sardar discusses how to build a data strategy

Oct. 18, 2016

SAIC Vice President and Service Line Director for Data Science Sanjay Sardar discussed federal government data strategy. Sardar advised agencies to align data strategies with their mission strategies,  understand what their data assets are, and their limitations.

Government Matters

SAIC to build first amphibious combat vehicle hull next month, deliver vehicles in February

Sept. 29, 2016

SAIC Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Navy and Marine Corps Customer Group Tom Watson said during Modern Day Marine in Quantico that the company will receive its first ACV hull in October from Demmer Corp. and subassemblies for the units are ready at the company’s Hanahan, South Carolina facility.   

Washington Business Journal

SAIC Recognized in Military Training International's 2016 Top Simulation and Training Company List

Sept. 27, 2016

SAIC has been included in Military Training International magazine’s 2016 Top Simulation and Training Companies list, marking the third year the company has been so recognized. MTI also awarded SAIC with the Innovation Ribbon award. SAIC Senior Vice President of Training and Simulation Josh Jackson said, “SAIC is incredibly honored and proud to have won Military Training International’s Innovation Ribbon award and to be featured as a top simulation and training company for the third straight year.” 

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SAIC's leadership remains committed to the fundamental tenets that have been responsible for SAIC's historic success — superb customer service, employees having a real stake in their company, ethics, innovation, and technical competence.

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Anthony J. Moraco

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

Nazzic S. Keene

SECTOR PRESIDENT

Doug Wagoner

SECTOR PRESIDENT

Lucy Reilly Fitch

SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER

 

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Industry Recognition

SAIC is often recognized by customers and the media for our industry leadership in many areas. The rankings listed below are from a variety of publications that take an annual look at the most successful high-technology companies.

#15 Corporate Philanthropy by Volunteer Hours-Large Companies

Washington Business Journal—November 2016

2016 Top Simulation and Training Company

Military Training International—September 2016

#28 Defense News Top 100

Defense News—September 2016

Top 20 Leading Brands in Government

Government Executive—August 2016

#6 Federal IT Top 100

FedScoop—June 2016

#17 Top 100 Public Companies in the Washington, D.C., area

Washington Business Journal—June 2016

#15 BGOV200

Bloomberg Government—June 2016

#10 Washington Technology Top 100

Washington Technology—June 2016

#9 Top Employers for Veterans

Forbes—May 2016

2016 Most Valuable Employers for Military®

CivilianJobs.com—May 2016

#7 Government Technology Contractors

Washington Business Journal—April 2016

#75 Top 100 Companies for Remote Jobs

Forbes—January 2016

#27 LinkedIn® Top 100 Most InDemand Employers

LinkedIn—October 2015

#20 The Best Companies for Work-Life Balance

Forbes—July 2015

#480 America's Best Employers

Forbes—April 2015

#7 World's Most Admired Companies, Information Technology Services

FORTUNE®—February 2015

2014 Chief Executive Officer of the Year Awards, Most Admired CEO

Washington Business Journal—December 2014

#19 Post 200

Washington Post—December 2014