Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
A diverse and inclusive workforce, where people can be their best, is the engine for our success.
At SAIC, we’re cultivating a collaborative, inclusive and respectful culture. Our diversity, equity and inclusion program, MOSAIC, fosters a workplace where all employees feel valued for their unique perspectives, life experiences, values and skills. We empower our employees to succeed by developing their potential, so they may bring their fully authentic selves to work and consistently deliver innovative solutions. SAIC has seven Employee Resource Groups (ERGs), which comprise the largest champion network in our organization. Our ERGs support building an inclusive culture by raising awareness about diverse backgrounds, experiences, perspectives and identities and contribute to our business growth and success.
Not only do we strive to create a diverse workplace that reflects the communities we serve, we also endeavor to leverage diverse partnerships to ensure excellent service delivery, supported by effective leadership and engagement. It is part of a commitment that has earned us recognition and accolades for diversity, equity and inclusion.
Focus on Inclusion
Inclusion: Embrace Differences
At SAIC, creating an inclusive workplace is a strategic business priority. We understand that diverse teams and an inclusive culture will drive innovation and lead to better outcomes.
Part of our strength at SAIC comes from our diversity and willingness to embrace our differences in pursuit of a common mission. Our value of inclusion encourages each of us to respect and honor contributions from all of our people. We seek diverse perspectives in all interactions with colleagues, customers and our communities, resulting in innovative solutions born out of the fullness of our collective experience. In this short video, some of our colleagues share their thoughts on inclusion and why it is so important to our success.
VP of Environment, Social and Governance Integration
"Advancing diversity, equity and inclusion is not just the ‘right thing to do’ at SAIC – it is a critical driver of success and better business outcomes for our organization. Our customers, investors and employees are socially conscious and expect us to lead. This is why we have committed to being a positive force for equality and justice in our nation and pledged to drive meaningful change through our four pillars of commitment. These commitments inform our efforts and serve as the basis upon which we hold ourselves accountable.
As we consciously create a culture where inclusion leads to innovation, we not only serve the U.S. government in advancing our country’s most critical missions, but we uplift and empower the 26,000 highly-skilled and talented people who have dedicated themselves to our mission, and support the communities in which we live and work."
Employee Resource Groups
Seven interest-based ERGs foster professional and personal growth.
Our ERGs are voluntary employee groups that provide opportunities to address challenges while supporting professional development, networking and community outreach. Each group's members bring awareness about the community they represent, contribute to SAIC's cultural proficiency and aim to impact the company's bottom line.
An advocacy group and forum supporting and encouraging open conversations about visible and non-visible disabilities that include mental health and about neurodiversity.
Connect & Grow ERG
A network of young professionals and their supporters helping to create professional development opportunities and enhance connections across the company.
A forum and resource for former military members working at SAIC as well as active-duty personnel and their families.
A forum celebrating employees’ ethnic and cultural differences and championing underrepresented minorities.
SAIC Equality Alliance
An advocacy group of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and allied employees celebrating and raising awareness for the LGBTQIA+ community.
A network of STEM professionals advocating for innovative STEM programs throughout the community as well as opportunities for current and future STEM professionals.
A forum championing growth for women through networking and outreach opportunities, and educating others about the unique challenges women face at work.