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SAIC IR

The Investor Relations iPad App for Science Application International Corporation (SAIC)

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SAIC E2I Toolkit

Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) E2I business unit toolkit is an application designed for E2I employees to be updated on...

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LOAD+

LOAD+ (Library of Applicable Documents+) is an updated version of the original LOAD app and is being used to test new concepts and features. The...

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BCTM Training

The Brigade Combat Team Modernization (BCTM) Training Application is a menu-driven application which gives Army Soldiers iPod/iPad access to BCTM...

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Omnifluent Travel Lite Spanish

SAICs Omnifluent Travel Lite is perfect for your speech and text translation needs while traveling abroad for business or pleasure. For a limited...

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LOAD

The Library Of Applicable Documents (LOAD) is a mobile device app which stores, organizes and displays content (documents, videos, audio files and...

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SAIC vehicle uses Eaton blower

Automotive New reports on Shanghai Automotive Industries use of an Eaton supercharger in its concept fuel cell vehicle.

By December 2, 2008

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Open source @ SAIC: Wayne Waddoups speaks

What do you get when you mix free open source software with an $8.2 billion systems integrator? The answer is "even more money," as this third installment in the Open Source @ Series shows.

By July 1, 2007

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Aventail grabs $7 million

Aventail raised $7 million toward its fifth round of funding, which closed at $55 million. SAIC Venture Capital contributed to this latest portion of the round. Seattle-based Aventail has raised a total of $113 million. The company provides a secure access and identity service to corporations.

By October 2, 2001

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Telecom firm attracts $10 million

Wisor Telecom said Monday that it closed a $10 million third round of funding, bringing its total funding to $24 million. SAIC Venture Capital was the lead investor, with an $8 million investment. The Rockville, Md.-based company sells software to telecommunications and utility companies, which allows them to monitor how well they are delivering data services to their respective customers.

By April 30, 2001

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Short: Multiple-vendor contract in California

The California Department of General Services awarded a multiple-vendor Internet contract to Booz-Allen and Hamilton Consulting, Informax Technology, SAIC Technology, SNA Network, and Netcom. Under this agreement public-sector agencies can now obtain competitively-bid services.

By September 19, 1996