MARINE CORPS

CSC gets bridge contract to keep Marine systems running

Computer Sciences Corp. has been given a $28.9 million bridge contract to continue supporting various Marine Corps business systems.

The bridge will allow CSC to continue to support a variety of systems through August 2014, when a new, competitively awarded contract will be in place.

Systems CSC supports as an enterprise business systems integrator for the Marines include:

  • Marine Corps Total Force System
  • Unit Diary/Marine Integrated Personnel System
  • Remote Access Pay Transaction Personnel System
  • Discharge Account Summary
  • Civilian Personnel Information Management System

Work will include software engineering design, programming, testing, and integration. Most of the work will be performed in Kansas City.

 

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Nick Wakeman is the editor-in-chief of Washington Technology. Follow him on Twitter: @nick_wakeman.

Reader Comments

Fri, Aug 23, 2013

Good for USMC. Given all the recent security breaches\hacks on NMCI its easy to see why USMC would go with CSC. USMC wants nothing to do with that NGEN mess.

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