Award calls for conceptual modeling, engineering, design, test and integration services on OneSAF system.
Under the $66 million contract extension, SAIC will remain Hawaii’s public benefits fee administrator, assisting the 50th state decrease its dependence on foreign oil.
They will be bidding on a variety of research and IT services to support the Naval Health Research Center and other DOD treatment facilities.
Third-quarter profitability hurt by a $232 million loss related to the New York City workforce management contract.
Sole-source contract calls for supply chain management of military aircraft and ground vehicle tires.
Deborah Alderson will provide guidance on how SRA can penetrate new markets and expand its customer accounts.
Large and small contractors will compete for task orders to improve training services for the Army.
Under a GSA task order worth $35 million or more, SAIC will provide logistics support to the U.S. Marine Corps at Camp Lejeune, N.C., and Camp Pendleton, Calif.
GSA's 10-year contract includes both large and small businesses. Who made the final cut?
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.
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