1. What is the stock ticker for SAIC and where can I find information on historical stock prices?

SAIC common stock is traded under the ticker symbol SAIC and trades on the New York Stock Exchance (NYSE). You can view historical stock prices by visiting New York Stock Exchange web site.

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2. What is the CUSIP number for SAIC common stock?

SAIC common stock is traded under the ticker symbol SAIC and trades on the New York Stock Exchance (NYSE). You can view historical stock prices by visiting New York Stock Exchange web site.The CUSIP number for SAIC common stock which is publicly traded on the NYSE under the ticker symbol SAIC is 808625107.

A CUSIP number identifies all stocks and registered bonds issued by the Committee on Uniform Securities Identification Procedures.

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3. Who is SAIC's transfer agent?

Computershare is SAIC's Registrar and Transfer Agent for all stockholders of record (registered stockholders). Computershare is also the Stock Plan Administrator for employee equity award plans and the Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP).


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4. What is the difference between a stockholder of record (registered stockholder) and a beneficial stockholder?

If your shares are registered directly in your name with SAIC’s Registrar and Transfer Agent, Computershare, you are considered a stockholder of record (registered stockholder) with respect to those shares. If your shares are held in a brokerage account or financial institution, you are considered the beneficial owner of those shares. This is also known as holding shares in "street name." If you are a stockholder of record, all of your communications and statements will be provided by Computershare. If you hold shares in street name, your broker or financial institution will distribute communications and/or statements.

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5. As a stockholder of record, how can I sell or transfer my shares?

Sales: Computershare's share selling program is operated by Computershare as a transfer agent, not a broker. In its capacity as transfer agent, Computershare will accept your sale request and act as an intermediary between you and the broker who sells the shares. Market Orders and Limit orders, where the seller sets a price for the shares to be sold, are available through the Computershare share selling program.

Transfers: You have three options to execute a stock transfer:

  • Go to Transfer My Stock (www.transfermystock.com) and follow the on-screen instructions to complete an online transfer through the Transfer Wizard.
  • Provide your broker with your Computershare common stock account key, account registration name, and Investor ID number which appear on your SAIC Common Stock Statement. Your broker will utilize the DRS Profile System to pull your shares from Computershare to your brokerage account.
  • Contact Computershare to request a transfer form.
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6. How can I purchase shares of SAIC?

SAIC common stock can be acquired in the public market or through certain employee benefit programs such as the Employee Stock Purchase Program (ESPP). SAIC does not currently have a direct stock purchase plan.

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7. Can I obtain stockholder materials electronically — including voting my proxy online?

SAIC is pleased to offer all of our stockholders the benefits and convenience of electronic delivery of stockholder materials through "E-Delivery." For more information and to begin the enrollment process, visit the Online Access to Stockholder Materials page.

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8. How can I determine the cost basis of my shares?

For stockholders of record, Computershare is only required to track cost basis for certain shares acquired after Jan. 1, 2011 ("covered shares"). Certain legislation requires all brokers, transfer agents and employee plan administration agents to track cost basis for certain new shares acquired after this date. Tracking cost-basis information for share acquired prior to Jan. 1, 2011 is the responsibility of the stockholder.

For shares acquired prior to Jan. 1, 2011, the Computershare Investor Activity Reports (IAR) that you should have received from BNY Mellon Shareowner Services (Computershare) in November 2009 just before and after the Nov. 16, 2009, reclassification of SAIC's class A preferred stock into common stock will have transaction information for shares of class A preferred stock to the extent that it is available. Generally, for federal income-tax purposes, the tax basis and holding period of the directly held shares of class A preferred stock will carry over to the shares of common stock received upon the reclassification. Because tax consequences and tax reporting requirements applicable to you will depend on your particular facts and circumstances, you should consult with your own tax advisor.

Stockholders may find that some transactions have an "N/A" listed under the 'Adjusted Acquisition Cost Per Share' column on their IAR. An "N/A" is displayed for shares where the adjusted acquisition cost per share could not be systematically derived when stockholder data was converted over from SAIC, Inc. Stock Programs to Computershare Shareowner Services in 2006.

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9. Where can I find dividend information?

See Dividend Information for details including record date, payable date and amount per share. All future quarterly dividends are subject to approval by the SAIC Board of Directors.

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10. What is SAIC's dividend policy?

SAIC anticipates paying cash dividends to its stockholders on a quarterly basis. In all cases, future quarterly dividends, including the amount and timing of such dividends are subject to approval and declaration by the Board of Directors.

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11. How will dividends be paid to stockholders?

For stockholders of record, the shares are directly registered in Computershare's Common and ESPP Stock account. There are three options for receiving the dividend payments:

  • Check
  • Direct deposit
  • Dividend reinvestment

Stockholders who hold SAIC stock through a brokerage firm should contact their broker regarding options for receiving dividends.

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12. Does SAIC offer a dividend reinvestment program?

Stockholders who hold directly registered shares in Computershare's Common and ESPP Stock account may elect to reinvest their cash dividend to acquire additional shares of SAIC common stock. The dividend reinvestment election can be submitted by accessing your account online via the Computershare's web site (www.computershare.com/saicaccess) or via phone by contacting Computershare. This election must be made no later than the dividend record date to be in effect when the dividend is paid.

More information regarding the Dividend Reinvestment Program is available by accessing your account and downloading the Dividend Reinvestment Plan Brochure.

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