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SAIC - Vist by HRH Prince Andrew

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: 13 February, 2008  (Company News)
HRH Prince Andrew, The Duke of York, visited Science Applications International in his role as the UK's Special Representative for International Trade and Investment.
During his visit, HRH was given presentations on SAIC's current energy initiatives and contributions to FRES (Future Rapid Effect System), the UK Ministry of Defense program to modernize the British Army. He was also given a demonstration of SAIC's Military Mobile VACIS(R) system, which produces digital images of the contents of vehicles and containers for online analysis.

The Duke was escorted throughout his visit by SAIC chairman and CEO Ken Dahlberg. The visit by The Duke of York is part of a wider program of engagement to help forge stronger ties between the UK and American Industry.

With more than 1,000 employees based in London and Scotland, SAIC provides business consulting, IT solutions development, and project and IT operational services for UK and European customers in the defense, intelligence, public administration, energy and life sciences sectors. SAIC has also developed relationships with UK academic institutions including a recently announced agreement with the University of Kent to help develop innovative biometrics technologies.

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