SAIC


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AcronymDefinition
SAICScience Applications International Corporation
SAICSpecial Agent In Charge (US Secret Service)
SAICSchool of the Art Institute of Chicago
SAICState Administration of Industry and Commerce (China)
SAICSingle Antenna Interference Cancellation
SAICShanghai Automotive Industry Corp. Group (GM)
SAICSouth African Indian Congress
SAICShanghai Administration of Industry and Commerce
SAICSaint Anthony Immaculate Conception (San Francisco, CA school)
SAICSecondary Antenna Interface Controller (AN/FSC-78B SATCOM terminal)
SAICStructured Akaike Information-theoretic Criteria
SAICShip Acquisition & Improvement Council
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From science to solutions, SAIC engineers and scientists solve complex technical problems in national security, homeland security, energy, the environment, space, telecommunications, health care, and logistics.
Finally, SAIC engineers, technicians and student interns are needed to translate needs into hardware and software and form them into aids and devices for deaf-blind consumers.
SiteScape is committed to providing SAIC with the best collaborative technology available in the market today.
Prior to her position at CETO, Chocheles held various positions at SAIC.
SAIC's top priority is to ensure that BP is provided with the best possible service and the latest available technology to ensure they can meet their business goals and objectives," said Meyrick Williams, SAIC vice president and BP global account manager.
Under the terms of the contract, the SAIC team will provide quick-response research on transportation issues related to emergency incident prevention, preparedness, response, and recovery from potential terrorist attacks.
SAIC is a preeminent, worldwide services firm with a rapidly growing commercial business supporting the scientific market.
Phantom Works, Boeing's advanced research and development arm, working with Boeing Space and Communications, and SAIC led separate teams for the Concept Definition phase of FCS.
SAIC will use the Volcano Network Architect (VNA) and the Volcano TELLUS test and validation solutions.
SAIC estimates the potential value of its portion of this indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract at $172 million.
It is used to illustrate the integration of capabilities and expertise of SAIC with vendors, service providers and the federal government to suit their specific customer needs.
Services to be provided by the SAIC team will include program management, engineering, technical support, integrated logistics support, fabrication services, and non-integrated installation support for afloat and ashore Navy C4I systems.