Science Applications International Corp. will provide test and evaluation services at the Air Force Joint Electronic Warfare Center in Nevada under a task order that has a total value of more than $14 million.
Science Applications International Corp. will provide information technology services to NASA under a five-year subcontract from Primus Solutions Inc. valued at more than $80 million.
SAIC combines two units to keep business focused on high growth areas.
The National Cancter Institute's request for proposals seeks a contractor for cloud-based storage and server computing systems at SAIC-Frederick, Md., center.
Science Applications International Corp. will provide software support to the Air Force under a four-year task order valued at more than $19 million.
SAIC Inc. today announced that A. Thomas Young has been elected non-executive chairman of the board of directors effective June 18. Young succeeds Ken Dahlberg, who retired from the board the same day after the company’s annual stockholders meeting.
Science Applications International Corp. will furnish technical support to the Defense Department for its integrated business management functions under a new contract.
Science Applications International Corp. will help the Air Force improve the service's overhead intelligence gathering efforts under a five-year follow-on contract potentially worth more than $49 million.
BAE Systems Technology Solutions and Service, Science Applications International Corp. and SkillStorm Government Integrated Services will vie for Navy task orders under a five-year contract for Marine Corps Mass Notification System support services.
Science Applications International Corp. will continue to assist the Navy in its efforts to train sailors to maintain and operate surface ship weapons under a new task order worth up to $80 million over five years.
SAIC reported first-quarter fiscal 2011 revenues of $2.69 billion, up 1 percent from $2.65 billion in the same quarter a year ago. Internal revenue growth contracted 1 percentage point for the quarter, the company reported at the close of business June 3.
Nine government contractors will now compete for work under the the Defense Department’s Software, Networks, Information, Modeling and Simulation Technology Support contract.