SAIC books $650M in national security contracts in Q1 2020

Reston, VA-based Science Applications International Corp. announced on May 26 that it won more than $650 million in national security contracts during the first quarter of fiscal year 2021, including two contracts worth nearly $300 million each to continue providing mission and systems engineering support to classified space customers.

“The importance of our customers’ national security missions drives us to adapt in times of change and deliver success regardless of challenges,” said Michael LaRouche, executive vice president and general manager of SAIC’s National Security Group. “SAIC responded quickly to address the disruption and uncertainty caused by COVID-19 with innovative new approaches. With the contract awards this quarter, we are extending SAIC’s ability to help our customers adapt to change and meet their emerging needs with engineering, integration, space, and IT modernization services and solutions.”

The contracts this quarter serve customers in the intelligence community, Department of Defense, and classified space domains that rely on SAIC’s solutions and distinguished talent. SAIC continues to build deep and trusted customer relationships as one of the largest systems engineering and integration service providers across the U.S. space and intelligence communities. Recent successes have capitalized on pairing SAIC investment in emerging fields of technology with a deep domain understanding of customer missions. SAIC offerings in digital engineering, virtual environments, analytics, cybersecurity, training and app migration to the cloud are among those that have helped customers achieve their critical mission objectives.

Source: SAIC