SAIC Names Samuel Gordy to Lead Integrated Systems Group (ISG)

ISG to be Part of the National Security Sector in Planned Solutions Company Leidos

Aug 21, 2013, 16:05 ET from SAIC

MCLEAN, Va., Aug. 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) (NYSE: SAI) announced today that Samuel Gordy has been appointed to general manager of the company's Integrated Systems Group (ISG) under the National Security Sector (NSS). The NSS, along with SAIC's current health and engineering businesses, will be part of the solutions company Leidos following the company's planned separation, announced Aug. 30, 2012.

Gordy will lead a team of nearly 3,800 employees to develop and integrate high-end intelligence solutions that support a wide range of customers in the United States and abroad. These solutions optimize the tasking, processing, exploitation, and dissemination of critical information, making it highly actionable to stateside and deployed military and government users across the entire national security spectrum.

"I'm honored to be selected for this position, and look forward to working with the incredibly talented and dedicated men and women of the Integrated Systems Group as we execute our strategy and meet the mission needs of our customers," said Gordy.

Gordy has more than 28 years of experience in the Intelligence Community as both an active duty naval intelligence officer and as a contractor.  He began his career as an active duty Intelligence Officer with the US Navy in 1985.  He served two tours, first as an aviation intelligence officer for VFA-86, deploying to the North Atlantic and the Mediterranean; second as a Collection Manager and Departmental Requirements Officer with Task Force 168, supporting both operational and technical intelligence missions.  Gordy was directly involved in naval operations responding to the Soviet Union, freedom of navigation involving Libya, anti-terrorist operations in the Middle East, and combat support activity for Operation Just Cause (Panama) and Operation Desert Shield/Storm (Iraq).  

Since joining SAIC, he has served in technical analysis, program management, and line management roles at the all levels in the company.  He has supported a wide range of Intelligence Community clients and has worked intelligence issues at all levels including tactical support, combat/crisis operations, and national/strategic level requirements. Gordy was most recently the acting general manager of ISG.

"Sam has done a great job driving the strategy and trajectory of ISG as we transition to Leidos, and he is deeply experienced in supporting our customers in vital national security areas," said NSS President Lou Von Thaer.  "These qualifications combine to make him the best choice for this position."

Gordy holds a Bachelors of Science in Foreign Service from Georgetown University and a Masters of Business Administration from the George Washington University.            

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