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Lee Carrick to Head SAIC ISR Group Program Development; Tony Moraco Comments

Lee Carrick

SAIC Inc. (NYSE: SAI) has appointed Lee Carrick to lead program development efforts at the company’s intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance group.

Effective Aug. 11, the company said he will develop, implement and communicate the group’s overall growth strategies including planning development and execution.

He will also lead the group’s business development initiatives, marketing efforts, strategic capture management,   group accounts and the group’s merger and acquisition activities.

ISR Group President Tony Moraco said the group is focusing on technology and systems for intelligence domains including air, land, sea, space and cyberspace.

Tony Moraco

Prior to this promotion, he led  program development for the group’s intelligence systems business unit.

Before joining the company, Carrick served as president of the government services subsidiary at Perot Systems, which was acquired by Dell (NYSE: DELL) in 2009.

At Perot Systems, he led a 3, 200-person team that sold and delivered more than $950 million in services and solutions to a variety of customers, the company said.

Prior to Perot Systems, he served as a corporate vice president for Northrop Grumman’s (NYSE: NOC) information systems sector.

While serving in the U.S. Air Force, Carrick held positions of increasing responsibility in space operations, intelligence, defense acquisition, and mission support.

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