SAIC has announced a series of structural changes designed to direct the company’s resources and energy to emerging and high-growth areas.
Effective August 2, SAIC plans to move from four groups to three by combining the Information Technology and Network Solutions Group with the Infrastructure, Logistics and Products Solutions Group. The two groups will form the Infrastructure, Energy, Health and Products Solutions Group.
The new group will be led by Joe Craver, who will also determine the best way to integrate the two groups. Charlie Koontz, current president of the Information Technology and Network Solutions Group, will become the executive vice president for strategic projects, reporting to CEO Walt Havenstein.
The three groups will be: the Defense Solutions Group led by Deb Alderson; the Infrastructure, Energy, Health and Product Solutions Group led by Joe Craver; and the Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group led by Stu Shea.
Larry Cox, who serves as SVP and general manager for the Intelligence and Information Solutions Business Unit, will focus on cybersecurity and report to Havenstein.
Additionally, SAIC plans to make changes to the company’s leadership structure and personnel.
Debbie James, SVP and general manager of the C4IT business unit, will become the executive vice president for Communications and Government Affairs. Tony Moraco, SVP and general manager of the Space and Geospatial Intelligence business unit, will become executive vice president for operations and performance excellence.
Vince Maffeo, general counsel, will take on Pricing and Procurement, Contracts and Enterprise Risk Management. Jim Cuff will become the executive vice president for Business Development, Strategy and M&A.