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  • 1. SAICScience Applications International Corporation
    • Presented by:
    • 2. Pam Russell - History
    • 3. Eric Muckensturm – Products/Services
    • 4. Kevin Storment - Financial
    • 5. Geno Hedges – Fun Facts
  • HISTORY
  • 6. COMPANY LOGO
  • 7. FounderJ. Robert Beyster, Ph.D.
  • 8. FOUNDED IN 1969
    Began as Science Applications Incorporated
    Changed to SAIC in February of 1969
    Science Applications International Corporation
  • 9. 1970-1973
    Weapons effects
    Health business established
    Development of base with Space & Missile Systems Organization
    Physical Sciences Group
    Two separate operating groups
    Applied Sciences & Technology Group
    Energy & Environmental Group
  • 10. 1974-1979
    Two subsidiaries formed
    Environmental baseline
    Renewable energy resources
    Computer-based systems integration jobs
    Energy Conversion System
  • 11. 1980-1984
    Technical support to foreign military forces
    Energy business
    Technical Environmental Committee formed
    Parent holding company formed
    Patriot Air Defense System Simulator
    Strategic Force Modernization
    America’s Cup
  • 12. 1985-1989
    Oceanographic services
    Largest Contract - 1986
    Computer-Aided Logistic Support (CALS)
    Digital Archive
    First luggage inspection machine
    Composite Health Care System (CHCS)
  • 13. 1990-1995
    Acquisition of Strategic Research & Management Services
    Operation Desert Storm
    Patient care medical information system
    Acquired Logistics System Architects
    Helped EPA
    Technology
    Air traffic control
    Law enforcement
  • 14. 1996-1999
    Acquired Network Solutions, Inc.
    Acquired Bellcore
    Transcore
    Ranks #347 on Fortune 500 list of largest U.S. Companies
  • 15. 2000’s
    MRAP
    OPNAV
    Information Technology
    NASA
    Department of Homeland Security
    Tsunami warning system
  • 16. SAIC
    Products and Services
    Eric Muckensturm
  • 17. What does SAIC offer?
    SAIC offers 200 cutting-edge products and services designed to solve problems of vital importance to their customers all over the nation and the world
  • 18. Area of Expertise
  • National Security
    • U.S. Military
    • 23. U.S. Department of Defense
    • 24. Intelligence Community
    • 25. U.S. Department of Homeland Security
    • 26. Other U.S. Government Civil Agencies
  • Energy
    • Reduce Costs
    • 27. Streamline Operations
    • 28. Operate More Effectively
  • Environment
    • Integrate and optimize environment and infrastructure systems
    • 29. Integrate science, business processes, and information technology
  • Critical Infrastructure
    Expert Protection In:
    • Physical Security
    • 30. Cyber Security
    • 31. Public Infrastructure
  • Health
    • National Project Contribution
    • 32. Extensive Knowledge of the Industry
    • 33. Significant Insight
    • 34. Disciplined Approach
  • Services
    • Commercial Outsourcing
    • 35. Criminal Justice Services
    • 36. Geospatial Services
    • 37. Integrated Network Solutions
    • 38. Knowledge Management
    • 39. Software Development
    • 40. Training
    • 41. Transportation
  • Products
  • Products and Services
    Complete List Available At:
    www.saic.com
  • 47. SAIC
    Finances
  • 48. Revenues totaled $10.85 billion for FY10
    An increase of 8 percent over FY09
    Won 29 opportunities at more than $100 million each (FY10)
    $357 million order to provide logistics and operational services for Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Kuwait
    $249 million order from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command to provide modeling, simulation, and analytical based warfare analysis support
  • 49. Revenue/Operating Income 2006 - 2010
  • 50. Other Income/Diluted EPS 2006-2010
  • 51. SAIC Common Stock 2007-2010
  • 52. Recent Stock Information 11/26/10
  • 53. Recent Stock Information Continued
  • 54. SAIC Fun Facts
    Science Applications International Corporation
    By Geno Hedges
  • 55. SAIC is an employee owned company
  • 56. The Founder
    Robert J. Beyster Ph.D, born in 1924
    After 35 years of visionary leadership, Dr. Beyster retired from his position as SAIC’s chairman of the board of directors on July 16, 2004
  • 57. SAIC 40 years of service
    Founded in 1969 by a small group six of scientists
    In 1970, SAIC had $243,000 in revenue and 20 employees
    After 10 years of service, SAIC had $110 million in sales
    Within 20 years, SAIC’s revenue grew to $1 billion
    By the year 2002, SAIC had $6 billion in revenue
    By 2010, SAIC had $10.8 billion in revenue
  • 58. 9/11 and SAIC
    With the falling of the towers, SAIC became a major player in the war on terror
    By 2002, SAIC’s profits grew exponentially
    Cyber security grew in 2003
  • 59. SAIC and the contracts for the U.S. Government
    1975: Began providing services for High-Energy Lasers
    1977: Began working on renewable energy discoveries
    Solar
    Wind
    Ocean thermal
    1979: Through its nuclear program, SAIC helped in the response of the Three Mile Island nuclear accident
    1984: Nevada Nuclear Waste Storage
    Provided technical and management support services
    Developed a conceptual design for a geologic nuclear waste repository
  • 60. SAIC provides defense contracts to the United States
    • Providing security and intelligence for government agencies
    • 61. FBI
    • 62. NSA
    • 63. Department of Defense
    • 64. NASA
    • 65. National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
  • SAIC secret contracts
    Involved in many Top Secret activities
    Contracted to work at Area 51
    Involved in Homeland Security
  • 66. War Efforts
    Providing real-time intelligence to the world
    • Satellite global imagery
    • 67. Locating and disarming IED’s for our military
    • 68. Provide global communications in remote location
    • 69. Provide weapons defense technology
  • The Iraq War
    Provide real time updates for the military
    Provide IT cyber security for the military
    Provide secret weapon research
    Help train Iraqi soldiers and police officers
    Help in the rebuilding of prisons
    Help in the reshaping of the oil industry
    Launched and ran Iraq's first post-Saddam television network
  • 70. FORTUNE 500® company
    The company is number 285 of the 500
    Approximately 45,000 employees
    Offices in more than 150 cities worldwide
    $10 Billion in revenue
    U.S. Government is SAIC’s biggest customer
  • 71. SAIC Accomplishments
    1990: SAIC grew to over 11,000 employees and became one of the largest employee-owned businesses in the U.S.
    2005: Ranked #1 top physics company
    2006: Ranked #2 out of 150 IT contractors
    2009: FORTUNE® magazine ranked SAIC 4th in Information Technology Services
    2010: Developing Tsunami Buoy systems to act as the basis of the tsunami warning system network in the South China Sea
  • 72. This Concludes the SAIC Presentation
    Contributors
    Pam Russell - History
    Eric Muckensturm – Products/Services
    Kevin Storment - Financial
    Geno Hedges – Fun Facts

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