Archive for the 'SAIC' Category
I was surprised to read in today’s Washington Post that SAIC has decided to sell off the Tysons headquarters complex. It appears to me that SAIC is being dismantled piece by piece in anticipation of the split into two separate companies.
Depending on the terms of the sale, there will likely be a short-term boost to [...]
Last week was an eventful one for me. On Tuesday, I was visited by Tony Moraco, who has been chosen to serve as the CEO of SAIC when the company is split into two parts later this year, SAIC and Leidos.
Tony seems to me like he’s a good leader and I think he has a [...]
This past week I read the news reports about SAIC selecting a new name — Leidos — for what will be the larger of the two companies when SAIC completes its planned split later this year. While I personally do not agree with splitting up the company, I can live with this new name. It’s [...]
Ron Zollars sent me an interesting article about the recent award of a DARPA contract worth at least $58 million to SAIC to build and test a unique kind of drone: an unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV). The author of the article was complimentary about the work that we did at SAIC more than a decade [...]
As I mentioned a couple of weeks ago on this blog, I am currently working on the second edition of The SAIC Solution. One of things I would like to do as a part of this update of the book is to also update the graphic that we created titled “Companies formed by SAIC alumni,” [...]
Well, the Presidential election is now just hours away from taking place and from what I gather, each side is both worried and hopeful for the outcome. I have already voted, and my vote went to the Republican side. I just think that it’s time for a change in Washington. Obama is a good man, [...]