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SAIC Exec Kim Rupert Named Among ‘Women Who Mean Business’ in DC; Steve Mahon Quoted

TYSONS CORNER, VA, October 5, 2018 — Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) Chief Risk Officer Kim Rupert has received recognition as one of the top 25 influential women in the Washington metropolitan area for 2018, ExecutiveBiz reported Sept. 24.

The company said Sept. 21 Rupert, who has substantial experience in contract management, was named to the Washington Business Journal’s annual Women Who Mean Business list based on criteria that include commitment to the community, leadership skills and achievements in her field.

“Kim is a strong leader with an incredible passion for supporting the community, our industry and SAIC,” said Steve Mahon, executive vice president and general counsel at the company.

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