Which companies nabbed the largest contracts just as 2012 came to an end? We count down the top 10 contracts of December.
The General Services Administration will reopen the competition for a FDIC's IT infrastructure contract that CSC had wrestled away from SRA.
Seven companies have won a big Navy contract for a number of services toward submarines with C5ISR capabilities.
Computer Sciences Corp. will seel its Australian IT staffing unit, Paxus, to Adcorp for $73.5 million as CSC continues its turnaround strategy.
We give the breakdown of the biggest contracts for the first two months of fiscal 2013. Who are the big winners?
The Coast Guard has made awards to 11 businesses in the full-and-open portion of the lucrative services contract.
MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS
CSC sells off its credit services unit in order to advance its turnaround by reshaping its portfolio and enabling the company to focus on next-gen technology solutions and services.
CSC hires Doug Tracy to serve as its chief information officer, where he will be in charge of the company's global internal IT operations.
The top 20 contractors at DHS take in over a third of all the spending the agency does with contractors. Who tops the list?
CTOs from CSC and KoreFederal win top honors for innovations and contributions they've brought to their customers and companies.
Seven months after firing CSC from its Expenditionary Combat Support Systsem, Air Force shutters $1 billion program and decides to start over.
CSC listed a number of declines in both its North American public sector and overall, but its good news might outshine the bad.