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SAIC Announces Structural Changes

Science Applications International Corporation on Thursday announced structural changes effective Aug. 2 that will direct focus and resources to high-growth areas and provide enterprise-level emphasis on cybersecurity.

Charles Koontz, president of the Information Technology and Network Solutions Group, will serve as executive vice president for strategic projects. He will be reporting directly to Chief Executive Officer Walt Havenstein.

Larry Cox, senior vice president and general manager of the Intelligence and Information Solutions Business Unit, will focus on cyber. Tony Moraco, senior vice president and general manager of the Space and Geospatial Intelligence Business Unit, will assume a new role as executive vice president for operations and performance excellence.

Debbie James, senior vice president and general manager of the C4IT Business Unit, will become executive vice president for Communications and Government Affairs. Jim Cuff will serve as executive vice president for Business Development Strategy and M&A.

General counsel Vince Maffeo will be responsible for two areas: Contracts, Pricing and Procurement, and Enterprise Risk Management.

In addition to executives undertaking new responsibilities, SAIC will also merge the Information Technology and Network Solutions Group with the Infrastructure, Logistics and Product Solutions Group to create the Infrastructure, Energy, Health and Product Solutions Group. Joe Craver is expected to lead the new group.

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