SAIC is planning more layoffs after losing a five-year contract and is looking to cut $350 million in annual costs.
SAIC has won a contract to provide research and development services for an anti-submarine warfare surveillance system for the U.S. Navy
In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, SAIC lays the groundwork for creating two publicly traded companies, one called SAIC, the other Leidos. The filing covers the structure of the new SAIC, market challenges and revenues.
SAIC has picked the names of the two new businesses that will be created when it splits. One will be called SAIC, while the other takes on the name "Leidos." Who gets what name and what does Leidos mean?
One of the U.S. Army's Joint Program Executive Offices awarded 43 contractors its $495 million chemical and biological defense contract. Who were the winners?
January saw some large multiple-award contacts and a couple single awards worth $600 million and above. Who were the month's big winners?
Booz Allen, SAIC, URS and Whitney Bradley and Brown have won contracts to support the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Energy and Environmental Readiness Division.
SAIC will provide a number of technical support services to the Navy until January 2016.
Which companies nabbed the largest contracts just as 2012 came to an end? We count down the top 10 contracts of December.
Seven companies have won a big Navy contract for a number of services toward submarines with C5ISR capabilities.
Work on the $315 million Army Corps of Engineering contract will focus on security and control systems.
Seven companies will compete to be the sole winner of the Senate Information Technology Support Contract III.