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SAIC’s Nazzic Keene Named Among Top Washington C-Level Execs; Tony Moraco Quoted

TYSONS CORNER, VA, December 28, 2018 — Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) Chief Operating Officer Nazzic Keene has received an award as a top COO during a recent ceremony recognizing several C-level executives and organization leaders in the Washington region, ExecutiveBiz reported Dec. 10.

The company said Dec. 7 Keene was named “COO of the Year” along with two other people at the 2018 CEO of the Year and C-Suite Awards organized by a Washington-based business publication.

“As a business leader, she has helped our company to consistently grow and deliver solid earnings results year over year, even during challenging market conditions,” said Tony Moraco, CEO of SAIC and a five-time Wash100 awardee.

Keene is also a past Wash100 awardee.

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