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Computer Sciences Corp.

 


DHS

CSC wins $54M contract to improve background checks

Computer Sciences Corp. takes on the role of investigator and efficiency expert as the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement looks to improve background investigations of federal employees and contractors.

ARMY

12 contractors named to $7B Army services award

Contract calls for software and engineering services by Sept. 27, 2017.

CSC buys more big data capabilities

Computer Sciences Corp. has bought 42Six Solutions, a big data and analytics firm with customers at the Defense Department and the federal intelligence community.

CONTRACT NEWS

44 contractors win Navy's $780M training contract

The Navy's Training Data Products Contract goes to large and small businesses in two-part procurement.

CONTRACT NEWS

CSC-Raytheon team wins $82.1M Air Force contract

The joint venture Computer Sciences Raytheon will provide operations, maintenance and sustainment of critical range and launch processing systems to the Air Force.

CONTRACT NEWS

Who won GSA's $2.5B cloud-based email contract?

GSA awards 20 contracts to 17 companies, including four small businesses, in an attempt to save money and increase the use of the cloud.

EXECUTIVE MOVE

CSC hires new VP, controller and principal accounting officer

Colan will report to Paul Saleh and replaces Don DeBuck, who is now working on systems transformation efforts.

CONTRACT NEWS

HP gets $2.1B NMCI boost

Navy gives Hewlett-Packard a bigger ceiling to keep the Navy-Marine Corps Intranet up and running.

EXECUTIVE MOVES

New CSC president furthers turnaround strategy

Computer Sciences Corp. names Tom Hogan president of applications and services; key component of turnaround strategy.

Navy pushes back $5B NGEN bids

Navy extends deadline for teams bidding on the $5 billion NGEN contract.

Top 100: CSC keeps focus during troubled times

Computer Sciences Corp. is weathering a difficult period, but new leadership is putting renewed emphasis on performance and profitability.

Top 100 contractors hunt for new opportunities

The largest contractors in the government market, the so-called top dogs, are hunting for the bright spots in a down market.