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SAIC's K. Stuart Shea Named Federal 100 Winner by Federal Computer Week
Date:3/9/2009

Group President Honored for Contributions to Federal Information Technology Community

SAN DIEGO and MCLEAN, Va., March 9 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Science Applications International Corporation (NYSE: SAI) today announced that Federal Computer Week has named K. Stuart Shea to its list of leaders who played pivotal roles in the federal information technology community during 2008. The annual listing honors 100 individuals from government, industry and academia. Shea and the other winners will be honored during ceremonies on March 25 at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in McLean, Va.

As President of the Intelligence, Security and Technology Group, Shea leads SAIC's support to the Intelligence Community. He also founded and is Chairman and CEO of the US Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF), a professional association dedicated to bringing together the many disciplines involved in the geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) sector to exchange ideas, share best practices, and promote the education and importance of a national GEOINT agenda. As a result of Shea's work, the annual GEOINT Symposium managed by USGIF has become the largest single gathering of intelligence professionals worldwide and has attracted over 12,000 attendees over the past five years.

"Stu recognized the growing importance of GEOINT as a base for all intelligence disciplines and founded the USGIF, promoting the tradecraft and developing strong ties between government, industry, academic, and professional organizations that share a National Security mission focus," said Ken Dahlberg, SAIC Chairman and CEO. "He leads a corporate group at SAIC with $3+ billion in annual revenue with locations worldwide. I am pleased his contributions have been recognized by Federal Computer Week."

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