Nathan Rogers Named SAIC CIO; Tony Moraco Quoted

Nathan Rogers

Nathan Rogers, formerly chief information officer at Engility, has been named CIO at Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC).

He will directly report to SAIC CEO Tony Moraco and succeed Bob Fecteau, who is set to retire in April, the company said Wednesday.

“Nathan is a proven technology leader within our industry, bringing exceptional experience, talent, and passion for modernizing enterprise systems that advance business objectives,” said Moraco, a 2019 Wash100 winner.

“Under his leadership, we will continue to strengthen our cybersecurity and enterprise IT infrastructure, which are important foundational enablers to our ability to effectively support our customers’ mission,” he added.

Rogers will oversee IT strategic planning and modernization, cybersecurity, digital and innovation, governance and operations in his role at SAIC.

He held IT, operational management, shared services and financial roles at Engility, which SAIC acquired for approximately $2.5B. He previously worked at Northrop Grumman’s (NYSE: NOC) IT sector as director of contract accounting.

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