Inclusion & Diversity
A diverse and inclusive workforce, where people can be their best, is the engine for our success.
At SAIC, we believe diversity drives innovation, so we’re building a culture where inclusion is valued. We strive to create diverse workplaces that reflect the communities we serve and where everyone feels empowered to bring their full, authentic selves to work. We cultivate a collaborative, inclusive, and respectful work culture that respects all contributors.
In addition, we 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 inclusion and diversity.
Forbes 2020 Best Employers for Diversity
Named one of America’s best employers for diversity,
our fourth Forbes list award
Best Place to Work for LGBTQ Equality
Perfect 100% score on Corporate Equality Index by
the Human Rights Campaign Foundation
Nazzic Keene, Chief Executive Officer
"We are committed to ensuring that all of us at SAIC intentionally create an environment where inclusion is embraced across all facets of the enterprise, and each of us feels valued for who we are."
Promote understanding of how our differences make all of us better.
Our inclusion and diversity 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, bringing their full self to the workplace, and consistently delivering products, goods, and services with innovative solutions.
Be a positive force for racial equality.
We are enhancing our recruiting practices to ensure a more diverse candidate pool and expanding partnerships with minority-focused professional organizations. And to increase minority representation in our leadership ranks, we will require interviews of qualified minority candidates for all leadership roles at director level and above.
In addition, we are making significant financial investments and taking concrete actions to address this critical issue. We have implemented a company-wide unconscious bias awareness program to educate leaders and employees on micro-aggression and discrimination in the workplace. We are also providing leaders with the resources to have courageous and supportive conversations with their employees.
Moreover, we are:
- Enhancing our recruiting practices to ensure a more diverse candidate pool, including recruiting from historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) and developing partnerships with minority-focused professional organizations. We are looking at additional processes, practices, and external relationships to increase minority representation across the organization. These include requirements for interviewing minority candidates for leadership roles and minority leadership development and mentorship programs.
- Investing in supporting organizations whose missions align with our inclusion and diversity and racial equality goals, including the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, which provides scholarships to students at public HBCUs, and Black Girls Code, which provides girls of color ages 7 to 17 with opportunities to learn in-demand technology skills.
BUSINESS RESOURCE GROUPS
Six interest-based BRGs foster professional and personal growth.
Our BRGs are voluntary employee groups that provide opportunities to address challenges while supporting professional development, networking, and community outreach. The groups' members bring awareness about the community they represent, contribute to SAIC's cultural proficiency, and aims to impact the company's bottom line.
Advocate, forum, and resource for former military members and active-duty personnel and their families.
Champions growth for women and educates the challenges women face, providing networking and outreach.
Connect & Grow BRG
Forum for all generational segments to strengthen connections through knowledge sharing and supporting a unified culture.
SAIC Equality Alliance
Resource for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and other employees to tackle LGBTQ topics, promoting acceptance.
Advocates innovative STEM programs throughout the community and opportunities for current and future STEM professionals.
Forum celebrating employees' ethnic and cultural differences and championing underrepresented minorities.