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SAIC to Introduce Replace Two Business Sectors With Five Organizations

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SAIC to Introduce Replace Two Business Sectors With Five Organizations

Science Applications International Corp. will reorganize two of its business sectors to achieve sustainable and organic growth and align with its strategic goals.

SAIC will replace its Defense and Civilian Sector and National Security and Space Sector with five business groups: the Army, Navy, Air Force and Combatant Commands, Space and Intelligence, and Civilian businesses. The military-related businesses, as well as the Space and Intelligence business, will oversee work related to their respective specialties while the Civilian business will lead SAIC’s work in the federal civilian, health and state and local government sectors.

SAIC senior vice presidents and 4×24 members Josh Jackson, Barbara Supplee and Vinnie DiFronzo will lead the Army, Navy and Air Force and Combatant Command businesses. David Ray will manage the Space and Intelligence business group while an external hire will spearhead the Civilian group.

The changes will take effect Feb. 3, 2024, SAIC said Monday.

The reorganization is part of SAIC’s efforts to improve its business operations and offerings.

In November, the company enhanced its Tenjin and Koverse platforms to include new features that make data management and dissemination more effective. Tenjin and Koverse are SAIC-built platforms that protect users’ information and allow operators to access data from multiple domains.

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