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SAIC’s Nazzic Keene Points to Company Strategy Toward Profitable Organic Growth

Nazzic Keene

TYSONS CORNER, VA, March 28, 2019 — Nazzic Keene, chief operating officer of Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC), said the company aims to continue its diversification strategy in order to facilitate continued “profitable” organic growth over the next years, ExecutiveBiz reported March 18.

Keene, who is in line to be SAIC’s next CEO after current chief Tony Moraco retires in July, told the Washington Post in a report published March 15 that the company’s recent acquisition of Engility serves to illustrate this strategy, with the addition of new business in the intelligence community and a “foothold” in the military space sector.

Keene and Moraco are both 2019 recipients of Executive Mosaic’s Wash100 award.

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