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ExecutiveMove – San Giacomo and Cuff Appointed to Positions at SAIC

SAIC announced today the appointment of Glenn San Giacomo and Jim Cuff to senior positions within the company. San Giacomo was appointed business unit general manager and Cuff was appointed to head the Corporate Business Development group.

Cuff, previously general manager of the Logistics and Engineering Solutions Business Unit, will now head the Corporate Business Development group as senior vice president. In this role, he will seek to work with operating units throughout SAIC to develop and implement strategies to expedite the acquisition of new business. Walt Havenstein, CEO at SAIC, said “Jim has a significant track record of success working with government and commercial customers and a proven ability to deliver results-driven business development programs. He will play a critical role in driving our business growth objectives.”

San Giacomo will replace Cuff as the general manager of the Logistics and Engineering Solutions Business Unit. The unit seeks to provide solutions in the areas of supply chain management, logistics integration and logistics solutions for government agencies and commercial markets. Joe Craver, president of the Infrastructure, Logistics and Product Solutions Group, said San Giacomo “is a respected leader and his depth of experience and record of success will help enhance the high quality services and solutions we deliver to the logistics market.”

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