Senior Vice President,
Josh Jackson, SVP for the Navy and Marine Corps Portfolio at SAIC
Since taking on that role in August 2020, he has been in charge of a $1 billion military portfolio, which includes work for improving weapon systems lethality, supporting live, virtual, and constructive training and solving maintenance challenges.
According to his LinkedIn profile, Jackson has been with SAIC for nearly 19 years.
He joined the company in November 2002 as a program manager. Less than six years later, he was promoted to division manager. In that role, Jackson was responsible for all aspects of the Joint Experimentation Transformation, Training and Assessments division, including executing process improvement initiatives. At the same time, he was the director of the SAIC’s Joint System of Systems Collaborative Environment Laboratory.
Jackson was eventually appointed as VP and manager for defense missions solutions operation, which covers policy analysis, operations research, simulation and analysis, concept development and experimentation, and training.
Additionally, he had a nearly four-year stint as SVP and general manager for SAIC’s engineering, integration and mission solutions market segment.
Before joining SAIC, he was a project engineer at Northrop Grumman.
Jackson holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Virginia Tech and a Master of Business Administration degree from William & Mary.
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