Thought leaders don’t sit in ivory towers. They are active in their communities of practice, honing the art of their disciplines, discovering new uses for technology, and sharing knowledge. Seeking diversity of thought enhances the wisdom that already exists and results in thought leaders, not thought theorists.
SAIC is committed to nurturing thought leaders who drive new capabilities and mission outcomes for the U.S. government and the commercial sector. By investing in our people and their participation in industry groups such as IEEE and INCOSE, SAIC is among practitioners who are defining the future of engineering.
Investing in people
As a premier Fortune 500 technology integrator solving our nation's most complex modernization and readiness challenges across the defense, space, civilian, and intelligence markets, SAIC’s experts work across the U.S. government.
SAIC’s capabilities are not limited to applied expertise. We are engaged in research and development of new ideas, technologies, and approaches. Our people are the brightest minds in industry, spanning all career stages and diverse backgrounds and working with our customers on developing novel and innovative solutions to the nation’s hardest problems.
We recognize that industry-leading expertise is an outcome of professional and leadership development and that a career arc has many stages. Our attention to early-career talent helps grow future technical leaders, while our successful retention of later-career subject matter experts helps sustain a company-wide environment and culture of innovation and excellence.
The SAIC Fellows program represents our most senior thought leaders. For every 1,000 employees in the company, one SAIC Fellow is selected for the ability to take exploratory ideas and work on them in company-funded projects that will have the greatest industry impacts. SAIC Fellows have a direct influence on how SAIC applies technology to answer our nation’s calls to action.