Decision by GAO clears the way for CSC to finally begin work on the $500 million TSA infrastructure contract.
Google Apps misses a key deadline on a $7.25 million contract to install a communications cloud for all Los Angeles municipal workers when the LAPD expresses concerns about security and delayed e-mail messages.
Computer Sciences Corp. will provide information technology services to the Navy under a five-year contract that has an estimated total contract value of up to $220 million.
Three contractors will vie for $565 million in advisory and assistance support services to the nation’s ballistic missile defense program under a newly awarded indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract.
Computer Sciences Corp. will help the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services manage its electronic records by conducting scanning, indexing and file management operations at a CIS records digitization facility.
Computer Sciences Corp. is seeking to establish a strong toehold in the cloud computing market with four new offerings it is bringing to market in a unified global strategy for both commercial and government clients.
As competitors are acquired, CSC touts its independence and pins its growth in areas such as cybersecurity, health and logistics.
Unisys has filed a protest with the GAO over TSA awarding a $500 million contract to CSC to manage the agency's IT infrastructure.
Computer Sciences Corp. will provide network services to the Navy under a five-year contract that could ultimately be worth $25 million.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has awarded a contract potentially worth $317 million over nine years to build a high-performance computing system to support environmental modeling.
Computer Sciences Corp. again bested Unisys Corp. and General Dynamics Corp. to win the TSA Information Technology Infrastructure Program contract, which has been mired in protest limbo for eight months.
Los Angeles is about to get a cloud thanks to a joint venture between Computer Sciences Corp. and Google Inc., which are building a cloud e-mail system to replace the existing Novell GroupWise service for the city’s municipal agencies.