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.
Mike Gaffney has been named president of Computer Sciences Corp.’s North American Public Sector Civil and Health Services Group.
Computer Sciences Corp. will continue providing information management support and services at the Army’s Aberdeen, Md., Proving Ground under a five-year contract valued at $79 million.
Computer Sciences Corp. will provide managed services to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission under a seven-year, $21 million task order.
Computer Sciences Corp. has begun work on a five-year, $7.25 million contract to replace Los Angeles’ current e-mail and other applications with Google’s Web-based productivity tools.
Former CSC executive Al Nashman served as a mentor and inspiration to countless others during his career. He insists that it was always about finding the right people and enjoying the work.
Barely a week after restarting work on its $500 million infrastructure contract, TSA issues a stop-work order to CSC.
TSA tells auditors and protesters that the FAA has jurisdiction to hear protests of the Information Technology Infrastructure Program award.
CSC will provide information technology support to the U.S. Agency for International Development under a contract worth up to $200 million.
The annual Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards program honored four companies and three executives for their achievements as well as recognizing Al Nashman and former Sen. John Warner for contributions over the course of their careers.
Unisys Corp. and General Dynamics Corp. have filed protests with the Government Accountability Office objecting to the awarding of a $500 million contract to Computer Sciences Corp.