For more than 35 years, Scitor Corporation has provided exemplary systems engineering and technical assistance to a wide variety of Department of Defense (DoD) and Intelligence Community (IC) customers. In May 2015, Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) acquired Scitor, bringing together two great companies to provide integrated services and solutions to meet complex challenges. Scitor, now an SAIC company, is a leading provider of DoD- and IC-focused, program management, systems engineering, systems integration, science and technology, policy, strategic planning, acquisition, cybersecurity, enterprise architecture, mission operations, and program advocacy services.
The breadth and depth of Scitor's experience covers SOF-specific and broader mission areas, such as intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance; communications and spectrum; nuclear and missile operations; missile defense; and space operations. Scitor also brings expertise in other non-traditional mission areas like Joint IED-Defeat, Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC), specialized logistics, and wargaming.
For the U.S. Air Force, Scitor provides full UAS life-cycle management support, to include: technical and operational expertise to assess customer requirements and system capabilities, as well as design, development, deployment and sustainment support, and advisory assistance on data processing, exploitation, and dissemination.
As the prime contractor of the High Altitude Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR) Operational Experiment (HALOE), Scitor deploys and operates this one-of-a-kind, advanced LIDAR sensor with an extensive aircraft range for mapping large areas of interest. The HALOE experimentation includes technology demonstrations and assessments for counter insurgency operations to advance state of the art in high-altitude off-nadir data collections.
SAIC and Scitor look forward to supporting SOF customers with a dedicated workforce committed to the tenets of integrity, ingenuity and collaboration with the goal of mission success.
POC: Chris Miller