SAIC Names 2 Former Engility Execs to Intelligence, National Security Units

Stacey Page

A month after plans for the SAIC-Engility merger got the OK from stockholders, the fusion between the two companies continues with SAIC naming two former Engility executives to key positions.

SAIC announced that Stacey Page, former head of Engility’s Mission Operations Division, would return to SAIC to head up the firm’s national intelligence community accounts under Mark Escobar, executive vice president and general manager of the National Security Customer Group.

In her new role, Page will be responsible for the overall leadership, management and growth of SAIC’s intelligence community accounts.

Bruce Feldman

Before her position at Engility, Page had previously worked for SAIC for nearly 30 years.

Meanwhile, SAIC has also named Bruce Feldman, former senior vice president for corporate growth and development at Engility, to lead the delivery and direction of the National Security Customer Group’s strategy and business development. Feldman will also report to Mark Escobar.

In his new role, Feldman will be responsible for growth in SAIC’s intelligence community and U.S. Air Force accounts, including assessments of target markets, competitive intelligence, capture strategy and proposal development.

Before joining Engility, Feldman served as senior vice president of national systems at QinetiQ North America, and as vice president of the Knowledge Resources Group/director of business development at General Dynamics Information Technology. He retired as a lieutenant colonel after 11 years active duty and 10 years of reserve service in the U.S. Air Force.

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