April was full of contract awards, having 15 more than in March. The month was also great for small businesses, with small business awards holding three of the top 10 slots. We count down April's big winners.
SAIC has named Lou Von Thaer president of its National Security Sector, which will be part of the spin-off Leidos.
SAIC has won a contract with NASA to provide a number of services revolving around compliance with health, environment and mission services.
SAIC has named senior vice president James Moos group general manager of company's Engineering Solutions Group.
SAIC has won a large single-award contract with Sandia National Laboratories to consolidate their IT and support research, high-performance computing and cybersecurity.
SAIC has won a $74 million contract to provide security engineering services to the Navy and support anti-terrorism efforts.
Fifteen companies have won a $900 million contract with the Navy for lifecycle support of interoperable command and control systems. Who's getting ready to compete for millions in task orders?
SAIC, Booz Allen Hamilton, Paragon, Sapient, and SRA International have all won a $184 million contract with the NIH to provide IT support services to the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute’s Information Technology and Applications Center
SAIC has won a $12.7 million contract to perform a number of operations support services to the Marine Corps.
SAIC is planning more layoffs after losing a five-year contract and is looking to cut $350 million in annual costs.
SAIC has won a contract to provide research and development services for an anti-submarine warfare surveillance system for the U.S. Navy
In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, SAIC lays the groundwork for creating two publicly traded companies, one called SAIC, the other Leidos. The filing covers the structure of the new SAIC, market challenges and revenues.