SAIC’s Top Lawyer Leaving Company

Science Applications International Corp. [SAIC] said on Tuesday that Mark Schultz, the company’s executive vice president and general counsel, is leaving the company.

Mark Schultz, departing general counsel for SAIC. Photo: SAIC

Mark Schultz, departing general counsel for SAIC. Photo: SAIC

Schultz’s role as an executive officer ended on July 6 but he will remain with the company until early September to support the transition. Meantime, Paul Greiner, corporate secretary and deputy general counsel, will take on management of SAIC’s legal matters until a successor to Schultz is named.

Schultz joined SAIC in June 2013 as general counsel of its Technical Services and Information Technology segment with the intention of him being the company’s general counsel once it separated from another arm of the company that became Leidos [LDOS].

Before joining SAIC, Schultz was at MWH Global, serving as chief legal and risk officer and corporate secretary. Before that, Schultz has senior legal roles with SRA International and Raytheon’s [RTN] Missile Systems segment.





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