When engineering and systems integrator Science Applications International Corp. announced March 1 it was buying intelligence community services provider Scitor Corp. for $790 million, most news reports focused on how the deal marks a return to size and security work for SAIC. After all, SAIC has enjoyed a Cinderella story since the old, Pentagon-focused organization renamed itself Leidos and split off technical and information technology businesses under the SAIC name in September 2013. At ...

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