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SAIC Selected to Lead Next-Gen Combat Vehicle Team

Oct. 10, 2017

SAIC was selected to lead a team to develop the Army’s Next-Generation Combat Vehicle (NGCV) at the Army’s Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC). The seven-year contract will ultimately produce two prototypes that must be completed by Sept. 30, 2022.

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SAIC Using Integrator Skills to Chase Army Vehicle Opportunities

Oct. 9, 2017

SAIC announces its intent to pursue the Army’s Mobile Protected Firepower program as part of its push to become a hardware platform integrator of choice for the military.

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SAIC Opens New Technology Integration Gateway in Tennessee

Sept. 27, 2017

SAIC opened a new 15,000 sq ft location in Cookeville, Tennessee where employees will serve federal defense and civilian agencies, state and local governments, as well as commercial businesses. Roughly 40 employees currently work at the location and a new contract with the Environmental Protection Services is already operational out of the office.

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Civilian Agencies Guard Their Coffers as Cuts Loom

Sept. 8, 2017

Although proposed budget cuts are not expected until next year, civilian agencies "are reacting to proposed [2018] budget shifts," according to CEO Tony Moraco.

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SAIC Finalizing Remaining Two ACV Prototypes

Sept. 8, 2017

SAIC has delivered 14 of 16 prototype Amphibious Combat Vehicles, the company's chief executive confirmed during a recent earnings call. “We are completing production of the final two units,” Tony Moraco said. “Testing of the ACV vehicles by the Marine Corps will continue through early summer of 2018, at which point they will make a production downselect contract decision.”

Inside Defense »

SAIC to Establish Technology Integration Gateway™ in Tennessee

Aug. 23, 2017

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam, Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and SAIC announced today that the company will establish a Technology Integration Gateway™ in Cookeville. The new facility is expected to create 300 new jobs over the next five years. 

Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development »

Selected Leadership Bios

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

Charles A. Mathis

EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

Nazzic S. Keene

CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER

Lucy Reilly Fitch

SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER

 

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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.

Best Managers - Large Companies

USA Today—December 2017

#7 Corporate Philanthropy by Volunteer Hours-Large Companies

Washington Business Journal—November 2017

#25 Largest Corporate Philanthropists in Greater D.C.-Large Companies

Washington Business Journal—November 2017

#34 Defense News Top 100

Defense News—September 2017

#18 BGOV200

Bloomberg Government—August 2017

Highest Rated CEOs

Glassdoor—June 2017

#11 Washington Technology Top 100

Washington Technology—June 2017

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

Washington Business Journal—June 2017

#12 Government Technology Contractors

Washington Business Journal—April 2017

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

FORTUNE®—February 2017

2016 Top Simulation and Training Company

Military Training International—September 2016

Top 20 Leading Brands in Government

Government Executive—August 2016

#6 Federal IT Top 100

FedScoop—June 2016

#9 Top Employers for Veterans

Forbes—May 2016

2016 Most Valuable Employers for Military®

CivilianJobs.com—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