I work for SAIC but not space-related things
But I almost ended up in that area.
About a year in to my SAIC tenure (3 years ago), an Army program we were bidding on decided to change tack dramatically. We all got a "4 weeks paid plus 4 weeks unpaid" notice. I started a job hunt, but new work showed up before the salary disappeared and before I got word back from some of my other job leads.
One of those leads was still with SAIC, doing NASA work at Goddard SFC. While technically remote work was possible, they wanted me on-site. I was not looking forward to dragging my family to Maryland with the higher cost of living and housing compared to where we are (and away from extended family).
With the new work, we were so excited that a month later we bid on a new house locally with an inground pool and more space including a true home office, all of which have been highly useful through the pandemic and full-time work-from-home. It's been a blessing.
Knowing that SAIC's NASA story is ending makes me feel doubly blessed that I could stay with Army contracts -- and near family, just in case -- instead of moving.