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SAIC Picks Adacel for FAA Controller Training Contract

alliance-partnership-connectTYSONS CORNER, VA, October 23,  2015 — Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) has picked Adacel to help SAIC provideair traffic controller training support to the Federal Aviation Administration, ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday.

Adacel said the terms of the deal include assistance in program management, student progress monitoring and administration activities.

According to Adacel Chief Operating Officer Gary Pearson, the company has been actively working with SAIC since the FAA controller training contract was awarded in May.

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