Michael Laphen gives company 12 months notice as search for new leadership begins.
Computer Sciences Corp. has won a four-year task order worth an estimated $86 million to continue providing emergency telecommunications services to the Homeland Security Department.
New defense organization follows the retirement of long-time CSC executive Austin Yerks.
Bill Szymanski has been promoted to vice president of capture at Computer Sciences Corp.'s North American Public Sector Civil Group.
DISA closes in on bidders for its Global Information Grid Services Management Operations contract.
Russ Owen, who served as president of Computer Sciences Corp.’s Managed Services Sector, has assumed the role of president, strategic account development.
Computer Sciences Corp. has expanded its application testing services with the acquisition of AppLabs Technologies.
Six government contractors have each won a Defense Department contract worth more than $40 million to provide a range of support services to the Navy and other DOD and federal agencies, according to a September 8 DOD announcement.
Computer Sciences Corp. has acquired Maricom Systems Inc., of Baltimore. Financial terms of the deal were not reported.
David Levitt has been named vice president of health IT solutions at Computer Sciences Corp.'s North American Public Sector Health Services Division, responsible for developing new business with key federal health agencies.
Computer Sciences Corp. will provide a range of IT services to the Homeland Security Department's USCIS under a three-year task order that has an estimated total value of $291 million.
Computer Sciences Corp. has won a pair of contracts from the U.S. Postal Service for management, operational and logistical support. The seven-year contracts have an estimated combined value of $83 million.