Science Applications Intl Corp.: Looking for Lapses
SAIC is the go-to firm for vulnerability assessments and other consulting work. But it doesn't come cheap.
Customers say SAIC has the skills to deliver, but warn that its services dont come cheap.
Science Applications International Corp.
10260 Campus Point Drive, San Diego, Ca., 92121
(858) 826-6000 www.saic.com
Chairman, President, CEO
Founded the employee-owned company in 1969. Responsible for its strategic direction. Arnold Punaro
Chairman, Homeland Security Committee
Coordinates SAICs various homeland and national security businesses, including physical security products and services sold into federal, state and local governments and enterprises. Wally Kaine
Coordinator, Homeland Security Responsible for physical security products and services mainly marketed to military and government.
Vulnerability assessments, systems integration, emergency response training, contingency planning, and disaster preparedness modeling and analysis. Products include high-tech security tools such as a gamma-ray imaging system for examining cargo containers.
Reference Checks Connexion by Boeing
Project: In-air Internet access service, due to launch in March; brought in SAIC in 2000 for a vulnerability assessment. California Independent System Operator
Manager, Information Security
Project: States power-grid operator hired SAIC to develop and implement its information security plan. American Assn. of State Highway Transportation Officials
Director, Engineering and Technical Services
Project: Commissioned studies suggesting steps for states to take to secure roads and bridges from terror attacks. Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center
Public Information Officer
Project: Hired SAIC to assess and propose changes to security processes. 2002 Olympic Winter Games
U.S. Department of Justice Local Coordinator for Salt Lake Games
Project: Federal Defense Threat Reduction Agency in 1998 contracted with SAIC to design and build operational command centers for the games. Weber County Sheriffs Office
Director, Emergency Management
Project: Tested a computerized crisis-management training simulation program developed by SAIC for the National Guard. Executives listed here are all users of SAICs products and services. Their willingness to talk has been confirmed by Baseline.