CSC's public-sector leader sees a market focused on low cost but with opportunities that play to CSC's strengths.
Contractor team will implement a new information system solution for state system.
Industry gets another chance to comment on the Navy's lucrative networking plan.
Former IBM executive succeeds retiring Michael Laphen.
We count down the biggest awards of February, starting with a win by the biggest company in the market.
Non-binding letter of intent with U.K. Department of Health defines a way forward for CSC to deliver health-care solutions and services.
CSC will improve Maryland’s outdating computer system that causes delays and backups but workers could face firings.
Contractor assistance will enable the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division to improve the Joint Electronic Warfare Effects Laboratory and Electronic Warfare Arena products.
Quarterly revenues slip compared to 2010, but new business for the last nine months grows.
Mike Lawrie has been CEO of UK-based Misys plc, a financial-services solutions provider, for the past six years.
Work will include applications development, modernization operations and maintenance services.
Vincent Ley, now vice president and general manager, previously served as the customer-relationship executive for the company's Homeland Security business unit.