Dan Harris joined SAIC in 1999 with the acquisition of Boeing Information Services, where he spent the first 22 years of his government contracting career. He became an integral part of SAIC’s corporate evolution and ran some of the company’s largest contracts prior to its first IPO in 2006, and following the strategic separation from its former parent company, Leidos, in 2013.
Immediately after the restructure in 2013, Harris was heavily involved in implementing an enterprise matrix management organizational model while serving as senior vice president of the Federal and Civilian Customer Group. As the leader of that group, Harris successfully managed more than $1 billion of revenue, including support to teams that won major $100+ million and $1 billion contract awards with NASA, the Federal Aviation Administration, the General Services Administration and other civilian agencies. These major contract awards supported the growth of SAIC as a new company and have continued to contribute significantly to its success as a major technology integrator in the government market.
SAIC continues to support some of the most critical missions for government clients under Harris’ leadership that builds upon his over 40-year continuous career with Boeing and SAIC.