SAIC

A pair of CEO moves and more across the market

Executive hires focused on technology, operations and corporate development also feature.

SAIC wins second chance at $457M Air Force IT modernization award

The service branch has quickly agreed to re-evaluate proposals and make a new decision.

SAIC details its blueprint to reinvigorate growth and innovation

Science Applications International Corp.'s CEO and chief innovation officer started their new jobs on the same day and spoke with investors together to detail where the company wants to go.

Agriculture chooses three dozen for cloud integration pacts

This is the initial batch of awards for Stratus, a centralized mechanism to further drive cloud computing adoption across the department.

SAIC brings in McKinsey vet to lead civilian group

This represents the newest move in Science Applications International Corp.'s ongoing strategic pivot.

Army moves toward second solicitation for $4B in R&D services recompetes

This is for the full-and-open portion of a contract vehicle used to acquire research-and-development services for global space, missile defense and high-altitude missions.

How SAIC's OCI claims in $192M Army competition fell short

A newly-released bid protest decision details how the Army investigated those claims before it chose Peraton for the award.

SAIC wins $494M NASA safety services recompete

Science Applications International Corp. has held this program supporting space flight programs since 2013.

General Dynamics books $922M Central Command IT award

CENTCOM is emphasizing the integration of artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies in this program.

SAIC's OCI claims rejected in $193M Army competition

Peraton is now poised to take over the work on developing survivability systems for Army aircraft.

SAIC shows part of its investment hand

In her most recent talk with Wall Street, CEO Toni Townes-Whitley describes the "three flavors of investment" that Science Applications International Corp. is prioritizing.

SAIC protests elimination from $1.3B NASA IT competition

The company is the incumbent on several contracts that are being bundled into this single-award task order.

Proposal window opens for $1.5B DOD CIO IT recompete

The Defense Department's chief information officer organization uses the contract vehicle for its information enterprise and IT management functions.

SAIC levels OCI claim in fight for $193M Army award

Science Applications International Corp. is claiming that Peraton has an organizational conflict-of-interest that should mean disqualification from the competition.

SAIC unveils new business unit structure

Science Applications International Corp. will take on a different alignment in this iteration of the strategy, which its new CEO told investors is mostly about the organic growth engine.

SAIC's new CEO gives first glimpse at her short-term focus

In her first conversation with Wall Street, Toni Townes-Whitley points to the scale of Science Applications International Corp.'s portfolio and business development as where most of her initial attention is.

DHS previews timeline for SETA vehicle recompete

This will be the fourth iteration of a go-to contract for the Homeland Security Department to acquire industry support for its science and technology team.