SAIC wins $664M in intelligence, space contracts

Reston, VA-based Science Applications International Corp. announced on August 19 that it has secured $664 million in fiscal year 2022 second quarter contract awards by space and intelligence community organizations, including a program providing digital and systems engineering solutions for intelligence and defense agencies worth $355 million.

Most of these contracts serve customers in the intelligence community and classified space domain that rely on SAIC for highly-specialized expertise in digital engineering as well as cloud, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, technology integration, engineering, IT modernization and mission operations.

This quarterly total also includes a previously-announced $90 million award by the U.S. Air Force Life Cycle and Management Center, Force Protection Division to help the U.S. Department of Defense Combatant Commands mitigate small unmanned aircraft systems threats and protect U.S. forces.

“These awards underscore the confidence our customers hold in SAIC,” said Michael LaRouche, president of SAIC’s National Security and Space Sector. “We are a recognized leader in delivering solutions across government and feel privileged to support these intelligence and classified space community missions. We look forward to continuing to help our customers harness the power of digital engineering, cloud, AI, cybersecurity innovation and more with new ideas, bold objectives, and innovative solutions to meet their extremely complex challenges.”

Source: SAIC