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SAIC to Move Corporate HQ to Reston

June 9, 2017

As part of an effort to increase efficiencies and consolidate SAIC’s office leases in the National Capital Region, SAIC will be relocating its corporate headquarters from McLean, Virginia to Reston, effective July 1. SAIC will be moving to 12010 Sunset Hills Road.

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SAIC's Cloud Computing VP Discusses Government's IT Transformation

May 18, 2017

Covering a government IT conference held in Washington, DC, publication StateTech quotes Coby Holloway, SAIC's VP of cloud computing and business transformation, on the government's movement toward the cloud and software-defined infrastructures. Holloway spoke alongside other public sector IT leaders as part of a panel focusing on technology integration's keys and challenges. 

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SAIC Sparks Promise in Cookeville, Tennessee

April 27, 2017

According to local paper Herald Citizen, career and technical education is growing in Cookeville, Tennessee, including information technology. The paper mentions SAIC as a "premier technology integrator" looking at local, upcoming talent. SAIC's Technology Integration Gateway™ in Cookeville is expected to create 300 information technology, computer programming, engineering, and software development jobs over the next five years.

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SAIC to Establish Technology Integration Gateway™ in Tennessee

April 3, 2017

Opening this summer in Cookeville, Tennessee, the Technology Integration Gateway™ is expected to create 300 information technology, computer programming, engineering, and software development jobs over the next five years. The facility will serve federal defense and civilian agencies, state and local governments, as well as commercial businesses. SAIC was praised for its commitment to job creation and the local and regional economy.

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Military Contracts Haul in $6.5B to Bay County Since 2000

March 11, 2017

SAIC Engineers in Panama City, Florida have some of the area’s most interesting jobs. Featured in a recent article, engineers work on “everything from hardware to fabrication to developing software to logistics support,” including inflatable boats for the U.S. Navy. As a top employer in the area, SAIC’s local business employs roughly 100 people and holds about a dozen contracts.

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SAIC Challenges BAE For Marine Corps ACV: Tests To Begin

March 10, 2017

SAIC is profiled as an unlikely competitor to compete against “armored vehicle giant BAE for the right to build” the Amphibious Combat Vehicle (ACV) 1.1 for the Marine Corps. In the feature, SAIC’s journey to delivering its first ACV 1.1 vehicle is documented and SAIC Senior Vice President Tom Watson weighs in on the experience.

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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.

Highest Rated CEOs

Glassdoor—June 2017

#11 Washington Technology Top 100

Washington Technology—June 2017

#12 Government Technology Contractors

Washington Business Journal—April 2017

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

FORTUNE®—February 2017

#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

#9 Top Employers for Veterans

Forbes—May 2016

2016 Most Valuable Employers for Military®—May 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

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

Washington Business Journal—December 2014

#19 Post 200

Washington Post—December 2014