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SAIC Recognized as DOD JADC2 Contributor in Frost & Sullivan Report; Michael LaRouche Quoted

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SAIC has been selected as a ‘company to watch’ in the area of supporting the Department of Defense Joint All-Domain Command and Control strategy by Frost & Sullivan.

This decision makes SAIC one of only three companies who received this recognition, the Reston, Virginia-based organization announced on Thursday.

“For JADC2 to succeed, the Department of Defense needs experts in advanced capabilities in network virtualization, optimized delivery, software integration, cloud operations and cyber defense. That, and an unparalleled understanding of the challenge, is exactly what we bring to the table,” emphasized Michael LaRouche, president of SAIC’s national security and space sector and a two-time Wash100 Award winner.

Expertise in IT modernization, space, digital engineering and Cloud One has made it possible for the company to support JADC2’s core mission areas while collaborating with the federal government to modernize legacy command and control systems, which enables faster decision making and higher rates of mission success.

“SAIC received recognition as best in class around Artificial Intelligence and digital engineering innovations, its deep DoD mission understanding and its commercial technology integration capabilities, all of which are required for leading a multi-domain program like JADC2,” said Brad Curran, aerospace and defense principal analyst at Frost & Sullivan.

SAIC is currently providing services that satisfy four areas within the JADC2 strategy. These are cloud migrations and modernizations, tactical edge services, data transport through ultra-high-bandwidth, ultra-high-speed transmission and data collection and management, per the company’s website.

The enterprise has become a notable partner of the cross-departmental endeavor. In 2022 alone, SAIC received over $500 million in contract awards related to the command and was included in numerous multi-organization contracts including the Advanced Battle Management System Digital Infrastructure Consortium and as the prime contractor for the Falconer Air Operations Center Weapon System Sustainment project.

As part of the consortium, SAIC is working alongside four additional contractors to develop and implement secure processing, data management, connectivity and open architecture. Under the Falconer Air Operations Weapon System Sustainment award, the company is tasked with providing weapon systems maintenance services for air operations centers.