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.
Computer Sciences Corp. will build a new computing system for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration under a contract that could be worth as much as $317 million.
Computer Sciences Corp., which launched its cloud computing services just 16 months ago, has taken steps to strengthen the offering by hiring Siki Giunta as vice president of cloud computing and software services.
Mike Gaffney sees opportunities for CSC in health care, air traffic management and climate change.
Computer Sciences Corp. will provide information technology services to Defense Department schools in Europe under a five-year contract that could be worth as much as $27 million.
Unisys Corp. has withdrawn its protest with the Government Accountability Office over the awarding of the Transportation Security Administration’s Information Technology Infrastructure Program contract to Computer Sciences Corp.
Computer Sciences Corp. will provide tactical data link support to the Defense Department under a five-year contract that could be worth as much as $6.9 million.
Computer Sciences Corp. and Stanley Inc. each have won a prime contract to run non-immigrant visa application processing under a $2.8 billion program.
CSC has won two contract modifications from the Army worth a combined $261 million to provide additional information technology and logistics services.
The Government Accountability Office told TSA to restart the competition for the Information Technology Infrastructure Program, putting TSA back at square one.