Executive Profiles

Scott Goldstein, VP for Engineering, Integration and Logistics at SAIC

Scott Goldstein

Vice President

SAIC

Scott Goldstein, VP for Engineering, Integration and Logistics at SAIC

Maj. Gen. Scott Goldstein, a Potomac Officers Club member, is SAIC’s vice president for engineering, integration and logistics. 

He brings into the role over three decades of experience in management and leadership. He is responsible for setting the growth strategy for the engineering account, identifying areas for research and solution development and collaborating with the other units of the organization. 

Before joining the company in February 2020, Goldstein served as the chief strategy and technology officer at ENSCO, and as a corporate chief technologist and manager at Dynetics. He was previously a senior vice president and general manager at QinetiQ, and took on leadership positions at SAIC earlier in his career.

Josh Jackson, executive vice president and general manager at SAIC’s solutions and technology group, said Goldstein has expertise in technology in the private sector and the armed forces. His return to the organization helps the customers with complex engineering issues. 

Goldstein is currently a mobilization assistant to the undersecretary of the U.S. Air Force. His responsibilities include organizing, training, equipping and providing for the welfare of roughly 670,000 active duty, guard, reserve and civilian airmen and their families.

He also assists in overseeing the agency’s annual budget of more than $190B and leads strategy and policy development, risk management, weapons acquisition, technology investments and human resource management. 

In addition, Goldstein is tasked with helping the undersecretary in executing decisions of the president and Congress, as well as meeting the combatant commanders’ present and future operational requirements.

He has made major contributions to the areas of intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance and communications systems. During his 39 years of military service, he received 15 Air Force Scientific Achievement Awards for his work. 

Goldstein has written over 100 technical publications and holds four U.S. patents in spread spectrum communications, advanced sensor data compression, ISR and adaptive processing for signal detection.

He earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees at George Mason University before receiving his doctorate in electrical engineering from the University of Southern California.

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