Samuel Gordy Named Leidos Integrated Systems Group GM; Lou Von Thaer Comments

LeidosLogoSamuel Gordy has been appointed general manager of the integrated systems group within Science Applications International Corp.’s (NYSE: SAI) national security sector, which will form part of Leidos.

Gordy will lead a 3, 800-employee team that will work to build and integrate intelligence services that aim to help the national security community process and distribute data, SAIC said Wednesday.

The national security sector and SAIC’s health and engineering businesses will join Leidos, one of two independent companies SAIC is splitting into.

Lou Von Thaer, national security sector president, said Gordy has helped drive the integrated systems group’s strategy as it continues its transition to Leidos.

Gordy has worked in technical analysis, program management and line management roles at SAIC.

He joined the U.S. Navy as an intelligence officer in 1985 and has also served as VFA-86 aviation intelligence officer, as well as Task Force 168 collection manager and departmental requirements officer.

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