Science Applications International Corp. is acquiring Vitalize Consulting Solutions Inc., a provider of clinical, business and information technology services for healthcare enterprises. The terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.
Science Applications International Corp. will support the Navy with advanced engineering and technical services under a three-year, single-award prime contract that could be worth more than $36 million if all options are exercised.
The Defense Department's inspector general found that SAIC and Jacobs Engineering performed too many government functions under a mine-resistant vehicle contract. Where did they cross the line?
STG Inc. and Science Applications International Corp. have been awarded task orders that could be worth as much as $99.9 million under a seven-year indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract to support the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center–Atlantic.
Investigators probing the massive, fraud-ridden New York City CityTime payroll system involving SAIC are widening their focus to staffers within Mayor Michael Bloomberg's administration, according to a NYC tabloid.
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New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is demanding that SAIC reimburse the city more than $600 million it paid the contractor in connection with the CityTime software project.
Science Applications International Corp. will help the Federal Highway Administration move freight traffic safely and rapidly as the result of a five-year prime contract that has a ceiling value more than $19 million.
Science Applications International Corp. has completed the sale of its operations focused on providing specialized IT services to oil and gas companies to Wipro Ltd., of India.
SAIC has adopted a strategy of chasing larger task orders and focusing on five key markets to keep its growth on track.
SAIC saw just 2 percent growth in its fiscal 2012 first quarter, but its intelligence and cyber group along with defense performed well.
Science Applications International Corp. will provide a range of IT services to the Veterans Affairs Department under a three-year prime contract from the General Services Administration worth $10 million.