SAIC’s probe of the CityTime scandal results in the firing of three key employees and the hiring of two outside firms to review new safeguards the company will implement.
Science Applications International Corp. will improve the Transportation Security Administration's baggage-screening capabilities and reduce false alarms with a $25 million order for new imaging equipment.
Robert Beyster shares his insights on building a business, rewarding people and succeeding in a tough market.
SAIC will provide information assurance and other IT support to the Navy under a prime contract.
Science Applications International Corp. has won a three-year Navy contract for veterans' benefits assistance that could be worth more than $24 million.
Stanley Fleming has joined CloudShield Technologies Inc. as president and chief operating officer. He will serve as the key strategist and business driver.
Walt Havenstein will retire as CEO in June 2012, “for personal reasons,” but he's giving the company plenty of time to plan a transition.
Science Applications International Corp. will provide management and engineering assistance to the Navy under a three-year prime contract that has a ceiling value of more than $10 million.
SAIC will provide a wide range of IT services to the Health and Human Services Department's Health Resources and Services Administration Data Warehouse.
DISA closes in on bidders for its Global Information Grid Services Management Operations contract.
Science Applications International Corp. has been tasked by the Navy with providing systems engineering and life cycle integration services to the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division under a five-year award that could be worth more than $38 million.
Six government contractors have each won a Defense Department contract worth more than $40 million to provide a range of support services to the Navy and other DOD and federal agencies, according to a September 8 DOD announcement.