SAIC Wins $321 Million NASA IT Deal; Group Pres. Joe Craver Comments

Joe Craver

SAIC (NYSE: SAI) picked up a contract from NASA to provide IT operations for the Administration’s Enterprise Applications Competency Center.  The deal holds a total maximum value of $321 million.

The Enterprise Applications Service Technologies (EAST) contract offers SAIC a two-year base term, a two-year option and a single one-year option.

According to the firm, “the EAST contract is part of NASA’s Information Technology Infrastructure Integration Program (I3P), which aims to consolidate the agency’s IT and data services.”

“This contract award is a tribute to the excellent work performed by the SAIC UNITeS team over the last seven years in developing, maintaining, and delivering quality systems to support NASA’s enterprise applications and IT infrastructure, ” said Joe Craver, president of SAIC’s Infrastructure, Energy, Health and Product Solutions Group. “We are proud to be selected to continue to work with the agency as they inspire our nation as pioneers for the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research.”

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