Dr. France A. Cordova Resigns from SAIC's Board of Directors to Become Director of the National Science Foundation
MCLEAN, Va., March 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Science Applications International Corporation (NYSE: SAIC) announced today that Dr. France A. Cordova resigned from SAIC's Board of Directors in order to accept an appointment by U.S. President Obama to serve as Director of the National Science Foundation.
"All of us at SAIC congratulate France on being named to this prominent position in the scientific community and in service to our country. We also thank her for her years of service to SAIC's Board of Directors," said Chairman of the Board E.J. Sanderson, Jr.
Dr. Cordova joined the SAIC board in 2008 and her resignation is effective immediately.
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