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Engility’s Lynn Dugle Notes Complementary Programs, Shared Investment Targets With SAIC

TYSONS CORNER, VA, December 18, 2018 — Lynn Dugle, CEO of Engility (NYSE: EGL), has said the company shares several complementary programs and activities with Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC), which has agreed to acquire the Chantilly, Va.-based defense contractor for $2.5B in stocks, ExecutiveBiz reported Dec. 6.

Dugle, a two-time Wash100 awardee, told Politico in a report published Dec. 5 that some of their target areas for investment are data exploitation, “higher-powered” analytics and “multi-constellation-type” mission planning, and that both companies are working to accelerate the delivery of space capabilities to troops.

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