SAIC Announces Acceptance of Greek Command, Control, Communications, Coordination, and Integration (C4I) System

[] Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) (NYSE: SAI)
announced today that the Greek Government formally accepted the
Command, Control, Communications, Coordination, and Integration (C4I)
system designed to address public safety and security needs of the
Greek Police, Fire Brigade, Coast Guard and Ambulance Service. The
system was initially delivered in July 2004 in connection with the 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens.
SAIC has since enhanced the system, addressing Greek post-Olympic
security needs. With acceptance of the system, ownership and risk of
loss transfers to the Greek State, and SAIC becomes entitled to
financial consideration as specified in the contract.

"System acceptance is an important milestone in the implementation
of this state-of-the-art system, and properly recognizes the tremendous
efforts of the Greek State and SAIC to deliver an effective solution,"
said SAIC executive vice president and project director Donald H. Foley.

The C4I Contract has an aggregate contract value of approximately $322 million.
In addition to providing the C4I system, SAIC will provide integrated
logistics support of the system through 2013, and cellular network
services until 2014, under the C4I Contract.

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