SAIC has appointed Tony Moraco, executive vice president for operations and performance excellence, to president of SAIC’s Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) Group, effective immediately.
Moraco will lead nearly 13,000 analysts, scientists, engineers, and business professionals providing support for customers across the full spectrum of national security programs including cybersecurity. He succeeds Stu Shea who was named SAIC COO on March 5.
“Tony has done an outstanding job driving efficiency and effectiveness at SAIC, and he is deeply experienced in supporting our customers in the vital national security areas of ISR,” said CEO John Jumper in announcing the appointment. “These qualifications combine to make him the best choice for this job.”
As executive vice president, Moraco was responsible for enterprise-wide business support in IT, facilities, security, program execution, procurement, shared services and operational initiatives.
“I am honored to be selected for this position, and look forward to working with the incredibly talented and dedicated men and women of the ISR Group as we execute our integrated strategy and meet the mission needs of our customers,” Moraco said.
Moraco previously served as senior vice president and both general manager and deputy of SAIC’s Space and Geospatial Intelligence Business Unit, where he led the mission system solutions and services portfolio for the US Air Force space programs.
Prior to joining SAIC in 2006, Moraco served as the deputy general manager of The Boeing Company’s Mission Systems in the Space & Intelligence Systems organization and also was the director of Homeland Security Technology Integration. He also held senior corporate positions at Autometric, Inc. and program management roles at TASC.