SAIC CFO John Hartley to Leave in June; Tony Moraco Comments

John Hartley
John Hartley

John Hartley, an executive vice president and chief financial officer of Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC), is set to depart the company by the end of June after a 15-year career there.

He said in a statement published Thursday he is leaving the McLean, Virginia-based government services contractor to spend more time with his family in San Diego, California.

“[Hartley] played a significant role in the transformation of the company, from the formal relocation of the legacy corporate headquarters to McLean from San Diego in 2009, to the design of the new SAIC in 2013, ” said CEO Tony Moraco, a 2016 Wash100 recipient.

Hartley was appointed to the CFO post upon the former SAIC’s division into two independent entities in September 2013,  with one of them now operating as Leidos Holdings (NYSE: LDOS).

He also previously served as director of accounting operations, corporate controller and principle accounting officer at SAIC.

Before he joined the company in 2001, he was a senior manager at Deloitte‘s assurance and advisory practice and worked with aerospace and defense clients in that capacity.

SAIC indicated it has begun its search for Hartley’s successor as company CFO.

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