Science Applications International Corp. is warning state regulators that it might have to lay off about 83 employees in Bethesda if a federal contract is not renewed, the state said Tuesday.
The McLean, Va.-based government contractor, best known as SAIC, told the state that the contract involves information technology work for the National Institutes of Health
. The layoffs would occur Oct. 28, according to the notice sent to the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation.
SAIC confirmed the information Tuesday but declined to comment further.
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