SAIC names Alving CTO

Science Applications International Corp. has promoted Amy Alving to chief technology officer.

Alving, formerly the company's senior vice president, will direct the Office of Technology. She will work with SAIC organizations in all areas related to science and technology, helping to not only guide technology investments but also develop and recruit technical talent.

Alving joined SAIC in 2005 as CTO at the Engineering, Training and Logistics Group and was later promoted to chief scientist.

Before joining SAIC, Alving was director of the Special Projects Office at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, where she was responsible for strategic planning, operations, finances, security, and program development and execution.

Alving was a White House fellow serving at the Commerce Department from 1997 to 1998. Before that, she was an assistant and associate professor of aerospace engineering at the University of Minnesota, where she taught mechanics, fluids and experimental methods, served as a thesis adviser to graduate students and conducted research.

SAIC of San Diego ranks No. 5 on Washington Technology's 2007 Top 100 list of the largest federal government prime contractors.

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