SAIC Announces Departure of Chief Financial Officer John R. Hartley
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MCLEAN, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) announced today the departure of its Chief Financial Officer, John R. Hartley. Hartley’s departure as Executive Vice President and CFO will be effective June 30, 2016.
Hartley has decided to return to Southern California and his family and home after commuting to the East Coast for the last four years.
“The time is right for this transition,” Hartley said. “SAIC is in a strong position with great momentum going forward, and I feel now is the time to return my focus back to my home and family in San Diego.”
Hartley, 50, has been with the company and its legacy parent since 2001.
“John has been a valued colleague,” said CEO Tony Moraco. “He played a significant role in the transformation of the company, from the formal relocation of the legacy corporate headquarters to McLean from San Diego in 2009, to the design of the new SAIC in 2013, to our solid financial foundation today.
“John has helped shape SAIC into the market leader it is, and we are grateful to him for all of his contributions and energy. We wish John and his family all the best in this next phase of their journey,” Moraco said.
SAIC has initiated a search for a successor.
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