Mark Schultz to Become SAIC EVP, General Counsel

SAIC Logo_ExecutiveBizMark Schultz, a former chief legal and risk officer and corporate secretary at MWH Global, has joined Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAI) as general counsel for its technical services and information technology segment.

The 30-year legal veteran’s appointment takes effect Monday and he will serve as executive vice president and general counsel for SAIC, one of two independent companies SAIC is splitting into, the company said Wednesday.

Tony Moraco, SAIC’s future CEO, said Schultz will lead and have oversight of the company’s legal affairs and risk management activities.

Tony Moraco
Tony Moraco

Schultz  held senior legal executive roles at SRA International and Raytheon prior to joining MWH.

He was also a partner for law firms Sidley Austin and Perkins Coie in Japan and the U.S. where he oversaw legal strategies for large-scale financing and construction projects in multiple industries.

SAIC has also appointed John Thomas and Lou Von Thaer to senior roles at Leidos, the other company forming out of SAIC that will focus on the national security, health and engineering markets.

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