SAIC in Maryland
SAIC is one of the largest science and technology companies in Maryland with over 6,500 of its approximately 40,000 employees providing mission-critical support to government and non-government customers in the state.
Securing The Future For Generations to Come in Maryland
SAIC is one of the largest science and technology companies in Maryland with more than 6,500 of its approximately 40,000 employees providing mission-critical support to government and non-government customers in the state.
SAIC is not a new company to Maryland. For years, we have worked closely with the community and built a thriving cybersecurity, intelligence and command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR) business base. This initiative builds on those successful and trusted relationships by expanding our offering to include a diverse depth in information technology, critical infrastructure, defense, health, and energy solutions. SAIC is well established in the area, providing critical mission support to government and non-government customers.
A Focus on Maryland Growth
Maryland plays a significant role in our nation's defense and economic growth, and The Baltimore Business Journal ranks SAIC as the third largest defense and federal contractor in the state.
Over the next several years, Maryland will take on even greater responsibilities in securing our future. To better serve the dynamic changes taking place along the Maryland/I-95 corridor, SAIC launched an SAIC MD/I-95 corridor initiative.
Aligned with Maryland's five-year strategic plan, this initiative demonstrates SAIC's commitment to helping Maryland achieve economic growth through:
- Investing in state-of-the-art facilities and capabilities to help sustain state growth
- Funding local investments in innovation, community programs and scholarships that help build a better equipped workforce
- Leveraging SAIC thought leaders to spearhead committees, key projects and events that accelerate regional growth
A Collaborator in Local Community and Education Outreach Programs
Here are some of the local community and education outreach programs where we are actively engaged:
- SAIC chairs, co-chairs, sponsors and volunteers with vital associations and committees throughout the state, such as: Armed Forces Communications & Electronics Association (AFCEA) Central Maryland and Aberdeen, Fort Meade Alliance, Tech Council of Maryland, Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore, Army Alliance, and the Northeastern Tech Council of Maryland.
- SAIC contributes thought leadership in the Maryland chambers of commerce as well as numerous county chambers of commerce across the region.
- SAIC sponsors important outreach programs such as FIRST® and Project Lead the Way®.
- SAIC regularly teams with local leaders to hold valuable small business conferences to drive teaming within Maryland.
- SAIC is committed to educating our work force and our children through programs like:
- University of Maryland's Cybersecurity Center (MC2), which promotes education, research, and technology development in cybersecurity
- University of Maryland, Baltimore County's College of Natural and Mathematical Sciences (CNMS) Active Science Teaching and Learning Environment (CASTLE) facility which aims to increase the number of students majoring in science, technology, engineering and mathematics
- SAIC is actively engaged in spearheading numerous science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) activities within the elementary schools across Maryland as well. We are proud to be a founding member of Maryland's Maryland Cyber Challenge and Competition (MDC3) competition, powered by CyberNEXS, which includes high school, collegiate and professionals from both the industry and government.
Providing Critical Mission Support in Defense and Cybersecurity
SAIC is a leading provider of trusted cyber solutions.
We are proud to be a founding member of the Maryland Cyber Challenge and Competition (MDC3). Since 2011, SAIC helped raise scholarship money for aspiring cyber students across Maryland.