SAIC hires SVP of Navy unit
Barbara Graham has worked at GDIT, CACI, BAE Systems
Barbara Graham has been hired as senior vice president of Reston-based Fortune 500 federal contractor Science Applications International Corp.’s Navy business unit, SAIC announced Wednesday.
Graham, who started Tuesday, will oversee the $1 billion SAIC unit, which serves U.S. Navy and Marine Corps customers. She reports to Bob Genter, president of SAIC’s defense and civilian sector.
“Barbara is an exceptionally talented and experienced leader whose deep customer relationships and knowledge will drive results for our Navy and Marine Corps customers,” Genter said in a statement. “As a growth-minded leader, she will continue building our Navy business, drive organic growth, scale into key submarkets and focus on developing a new generation of talent and innovative capabilities.”
Graham previously served as vice president and general manager of GDIT’s Navy and Marine Corps sector for five months. Before that, she worked for CACI International Inc. for almost four years, ending her tenure there as a senior vice president. Prior to joining CACI, Graham held various roles with BAE Systems Inc., most recently as director of strategic capture.
Graham is a Navy veteran who holds a bachelor’s degree in management computer information systems from Park University.
SAIC employs approximately 26,000 people and reported $7.4 billion in fiscal year 2022 revenue.