SAIC says it's big enough for any competition

Even at $7.4 billion in annual revenue, Science Applications International Corp. faces investors' questions of whether it is big enough to compete for large enterprise IT contracts.

Denied protest offers lessons about hiring former feds

Important questions about hiring former government officials are raised in this lost protest over a $2.5 billion NASA enterprise IT contract, which all parties made reasonable arguments in.

Leidos scores another multi-billion dollar takeaway

The Government Accountability Office rejects Science Applications International Corp.'s challenge of a $2.5 billion NASA award to Leidos, who now has yet another large takeaway win on the board.

Space Force will have to defend $700M award

Space Force must now further explain why it picked Booz Allen Hamilton over both the incumbent and another challenger for a $678 million contract to support remote sensing efforts.

SAIC touts space and intell award activity

Science Applications International Corp. is only saying so much about how its space and intelligence business given the nature of that work, but has some data to share on how things are going there.

Newbie SAIC captures top 20 spot

Science Applications International Corp. comes through its spinoff with a top 20 spot as it continues to put itself in a position for growth.

SAIC nabs $35M Navy training contract

Science Applications International Corp. has won a $35 million contract to provide training services to the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific.

Who won March's biggest contracts?

March set a fierce pace for contract awards with 65 wins being reported. The month was especially good for Raytheon and SAIC. But who else made our top 10 list for the month?

SAIC scores $836M Army task order for professional, engineering services

SAIC has won an $836 million task order to provide professional and engineering support services to the Army Aviation & Missile Research Development & Engineering Center Software Engineering Directorate.

SAIC wins $221M Army task order for lifecycle IT support

Science Applications International Corp. has won a $221 million task order to provide lifecycle information technology support to the U.S. Army Human Resources Command.

Four to provide training for Naval program offices

Four contractors have won contracts to provide training for program offices at the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific’s Training Development and Support Center.

SAIC wins $33M anti-terrorism contract

SAIC has won a $33 million option to provide the Navy with anti-terrorism/force protection global sustainment at Navy regions around the world.

SAIC wins $13M contract for distributed common ground system

SAIC has won a $13 million task order with the U.S. Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic to provide support services for the Distributed Common Ground System – Marine Corps Integrated Project Team.

Four win $17.7M Navy option for business improvement services

Four companies will compete for work under options worth $17.7 million to provide the Navy with business improvement services.

SAIC wins $33M task order to support Naval Surface Warfare Center

SAIC has won a $33 million task order to provide engineering, technical and program management support services to the Quality and Systems Engineering Assurance division of the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division.

Five win $10M contract to support Picatinny Arsenal

Five contractors have won a $10 million contract to support the Army’s Systems Engineering Directorate, Picatinny Arsenal.

Inside SAIC's growth strategy

CEO Tony Moraco explains how the new SAIC is better off as an independent company, and how its structure aligns with growth opportunities in today's highly competitive market.