Tuesday Jul 22
Beyster outlines what went wrong with SAIC's employee-ownership model
Robert Beyster, the founder of Science Applications International Corp., has never made it a secret that he didn't agree with the decision for SAIC to become a publicly-traded company after he retired in in late 2003.
UPDATE 1-Boeing's Krone jumps to Leidos; Cooning named to replace him
Boeing Co named Craig Cooning as president of its network and space businesses on Tuesday, succeeding Roger Krone, who left to head defense and health contractor Leidos Holdings Inc. Krone succeeds John Jumper, who is retiring as chief executive officer of Leidos, a company formed last year when Science Applications International Corp changed its ... (more)
Five Questions With Rob Zitz Of Leidos, On Cybersecurity
Rob Zitz has worked on national security for 35 years, 32 of them in the intelligence community, and now is a senior vice president at Leidos, the company that split last year with SAIC.
SAIC wins $115M contract to support Saudi food, energy security
Science Applications International Corp. has won a $115 million contract to provide systems engineering and integration to the Saudi-American Food Security and Renewable Energy Company .
Court Dismisses Data Breach Class Action for Lack of Article III Standing
Last month in its decision in In re Sci. Applications Int'l Corp. Backup Tape Data Theft Litigation , 2014 U.S. Dist.