James Reagan Appointed to SAIC Board of Directors; Donna Morea Quoted

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James Reagan, a five-time Wash100 Award winner, has been appointed to SAIC’s Board of Directors.

Reagan brings four decades of career experience to the board and has worked with both publicly and privately held companies in the defense and federal services industries, the Reston, Virginia-based company announced on Tuesday.

“Both of these highly accomplished leaders are known not only for their stellar technical abilities in their fields, but also importantly, for their personal integrity and values,” said Donna Morea, chair of SAIC’s board of directors.

“Their unique abilities will support SAIC’s unwavering commitment to delivering for our customers, employees and shareholders through the company’s transformational, sustainable, long-term growth efforts,” she added.

Most recently, Reagan held the position of executive vice president and chief financial officer of Leidos before retiring in 2021. He has served as CFO in multiple other government contracting organizations, including Vencore, Vangent, Deltek and PAE, which is now part of Amentum.

Earlier in his career, he was vice president of finance at ICF International.

Throughout his time in the industry, Reagan has focused on driving shareholder value through mergers and acquisitions and growing businesses through process optimizations.

Handlon’s experience includes over 35 years with Marriott International, most recently as executive vice president of finance and treasurer of the company.

Carolyn Handlon was also added to the SAIC board. The pair of new additions raise the board’s total membership to 13, with almost two-thirds of its members being women and people of color.

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