Science Applications International Corp. will provide technical support to the Defense Information Systems Agency under a five-year task order valued at more than $90 million.
Science Applications International Corp. will help the Agriculture Department deploy a secure information program for the Forest Service under a three-year contract valued at $21 million.
QinetiQ North America has named Scott Goldstein senior vice president and general manager of the National Systems Business Unit within the company's Mission Solutions Group. He will manage technology development and service delivery for contracts supporting the Defense Department and intelligence community.
Science Applications International Corp. will devise a lifecycle research program for the Defense Department under a five-year Navy task order under the SeaPort e-contract valued at more than $41 million.
Science Applications International Corp. will help the Federal Aviation Administration and other federal agencies operate their business services more smoothly thanks to a five-year FAA contract that could be worth more than $156 million if all options are exercised.
Science Applications International Corp. has hired Dr. Don Bradshaw as vice president and senior director of the company’s Health Solutions Business Unit’s Defense Health Operation.
Science Applications International Corp. will become a more narrowly focused company once it completes the sale of its specialized oil and gas industry IT services to Wipro Ltd. of Britain, the company announced today.
Company grabs a piece of space agency's Information Technology Infrastructure Integration Program.
As contractors make moves to realign businesses with growing sectors, SAIC is selling off oil and gas IT service units and buoying its acquisition strategy.
SAIC saw its fourth-quarter revenues increase 3 percent over the previous year's quarter, from $2.68 billion to $2.77 billion, while revenues for fiscal 2011 rose a modest 2 percent overall to $11.1 billion.
Apptis Inc. and Science Applications International Corp. have been awarded two contract modifications by the Defense Information Systems Agency that will add two six-month option periods and increase the ceiling amount of the contracts to $4.8 billion from $4.2 billion.
Justice Department awards its IT Support Services IV contract to 20 companies who will now compete for task orders.