SAIC's new CEO gives first glimpse at her short-term focus

In her first conversation with Wall Street, Toni Townes-Whitley points to the scale of Science Applications International Corp.'s portfolio and business development as where most of her initial attention is.

DHS previews timeline for SETA vehicle recompete

This will be the fourth iteration of a go-to contract for the Homeland Security Department to acquire industry support for its science and technology team.

SAIC joins zero trust startup's network of investors

Science Applications International Corp.'s investment also brings a new partner into its larger cyber offerings for federal agencies.

Veterans Affairs makes awards on $60B IT vehicle recompete

The highly touted contract known as T4NG2 has 30 winners and almost certainly many more disappointed bidders.

Army unveils first draft for $4B in R&D services recompetes

Small businesses are the intended audience for this draft solicitation but the Army is working on a second contract for a full-and-open competition next year.

KBR joint venture takes back lost NASA contract

KBR lost this program in 2017, but joined forces with another company six years later to win the work back. That reminds us that nothing is forever in the federal market, among other lessons.

Townes-Whitley becomes SAIC's new leader

Science Applications International Corp. is among the handful of the market's largest companies to install a new CEO over the past 12 months.

SAIC hires former Air Force CIO Knausenberger

Knausenberger will be one of two new executive vice presidents to join Science Applications International Corp. as the company prepares for a new CEO to start.

SAIC further ties growth outlook to its current book of business

Science Applications International Corp.'s finance chief describes to Wall Street where their main focus is right now, while company's board brings in a former Pentagon chief information officer.

SAIC's protest over $719M NASA competition falls short

The company wanted another shot at keeping this incumbent contract for engineering services that went to the other bidder.

Interior to re-evaluate $1B cloud contract bids

Peraton could still win the competition again, but the Interior Department in the meantime is moving to address complaints raised by two protestors.

Protests circle around $1B Interior cloud award

A pair of competitors are taking issue with the Interior Department's choice of Peraton for the Cloud Hosting Solutions III contract, which is the latest example of how intense these cloud competitions are.

Pricing challenge falls short in $1.3B Treasury cloud competition

A price realism evaluation was apparently not needed since this cloud brokerage contract known as TCloud is fixed-price, according to a newly-unsealed bid protest decision.

SAIC's $1.3B Treasury cloud win is now official

With all protests denied, the program to take Treasury into a multi-cloud environment can now move ahead.

SAIC names new intelligence business leader

Science Applications International Corp. looks within its own executive ranks for this appointment.

WT 360's Info Session dissects the 2023 Top 100

Washington Technology's Nick Wakeman is all done crunching through the numbers for the 2023 Top 100 rankings. Now it's time for him to talk with WT cohort Ross Wilkers about the 30th annual list of the largest federal technology and services contractors in a more directional manner.

How SAIC looks at artificial intelligence as part of a whole

Discussions inside federal agencies on all things AI appears to be "near a tipping point," as SAIC's CEO explained to investors.