Technology integrator Science Applications International Corp. has published its inaugural “Sustainability and Social Responsibility Report” highlighting advances made in areas such as reducing energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions, corporate governance, workforce diversity and philanthropy.
“As one of the largest digital transformation providers to the U.S. government, our values and our reputation matter not only to us but also to our customers, partners, suppliers, and investors,” said Nazzic Keene, SAIC CEO. “We take environmental, social, and governance responsibilities seriously. And together with our employees, SAIC is committed to making a real difference inside and outside the workplace.”
The report represents the company’s first submission prepared with reference to the Global Reporting Initiative, the world’s most widely used voluntary reporting framework. Highlights include a 36% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions over the past four years, strong corporate governance, recognition as the top public company in the Washington, D.C., area for female board members, and over 2 million meals donated to Feeding America to address hunger in the U.S.
The report documents how SAIC tracks and reports key environmental performance metrics, such as greenhouse gas emissions, energy conservation and recycling. It highlights efforts to ensure privacy and data security, and demonstrates the firm’s efforts around charitable giving.