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  • Science Applications International Corporation, a defense contractor, one of the largest employee-owned companies in the USA.

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Examples

  • The push to increase technical cooperation comes as SAIC is believed to be gearing up to buy a stake in GM by participating in GM's initial public offering, which is expected to take place later this month.

    GM, SAIC Join Forces on Technology

  • Second, SAIC is a huge Tysons employer, and merits its own Metro stop, or one nearby.

    FED GOVERNMENT APPROVES RAIL TO GERRY

  • Finally, SAIC is a government contractor, just like many in the county.

    FED GOVERNMENT APPROVES RAIL TO GERRY

  • SAIC is the fourth largest employer in Fairfax Country, headquartered in Tysons.

    FED GOVERNMENT APPROVES RAIL TO GERRY

  • And when SAIC was named 2005 Homeland Security Company of the Year by research company Frost and Sullivan, analyst Mathew Farr called SAIC "the obvious choice."

    Homeland Security Goes Public

  • What, in the view of the SAIC is the likelihood of violence resulting from such action, passive resistance action?

    EXAMINATION BY MR. KATHRADA

  • The SAIC was a member of the Congress Alliance which was formed soon after.

    South African Indian Congress

  • In approaching this issue, it should be understood that the principal function of the SAIC is the renewal of licenses to do business in China.

  • A123 CEO David Vieau said, "We advanced our recent development program with a major auto manufacturer for a new electric vehicle program, which we expect will lead to a production agreement," and in a separate announcement, A123 said it won a contract to develop battery packs for a new electric car from China's SAIC, which is set to debut in the 2012 model year.

    Investors Eye Battery Stocks After A123 Results - Yahoo! Finance

  • Corporation, known as SAIC, and the monitoring work being done by Spherion.

    NYT > Home Page

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