Former DOJ exec joins SAIC

Mark Boster, former deputy assistant attorney general for information resources management at the Justice Department, took a new job this week as a vice president at Science Applications International Corp.

An SAIC spokeswoman said Boster started work at SAIC on Feb. 1. His responsibilities will include working with commercial information technology clients in the United States and abroad, she said.

Boster, who guided IRM efforts at DOJ for five years, retired from his federal post last month to pursue work in the private sector.

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