The joint venture Computer Sciences Raytheon will provide operations, maintenance and sustainment of critical range and launch processing systems to the Air Force.
GSA awards 20 contracts to 17 companies, including four small businesses, in an attempt to save money and increase the use of the cloud.
Colan will report to Paul Saleh and replaces Don DeBuck, who is now working on systems transformation efforts.
Navy gives Hewlett-Packard a bigger ceiling to keep the Navy-Marine Corps Intranet up and running.
Computer Sciences Corp. names Tom Hogan president of applications and services; key component of turnaround strategy.
Navy extends deadline for teams bidding on the $5 billion NGEN contract.
Computer Sciences Corp. is weathering a difficult period, but new leadership is putting renewed emphasis on performance and profitability.
The largest contractors in the government market, the so-called top dogs, are hunting for the bright spots in a down market.
CSC will implement a cloud software-as-a-service solution for the FAA’s Enterprise Messaging System.
The company names three new executives as part of turnaround strategy.
S&P lowers rating amid poor 2012 results and continuing issues with troubled contracts.
CEO gives frank assessment of "very poor" results.