Kalish Takes Over CSC Civil Group

Kalish Takes Over CSC Civil Group<CR>

By Nick Wakeman, Staff Writer


JULY 24 ? Computer Sciences Corp. of El Segundo, Calif., has promoted Stephen Kalish to president of its Civil Group in its Federal Sector. Kalish replaces Michael Laphen, who is now president of CSC's European Group.


Kalish will report to Milt Cooper, Federal Sector president, and will be responsible for all CSC business-related activities in support of federal civil agencies. CSC's civilian customers include the Federal Aviation Administration, NASA and the departments of Energy and Justice. CSC also leads the Prime Alliance team, which is overseeing the modernization of IT systems at the Internal Revenue Service.


"Steve Kalish brings academic, technical and business experience that has prepared him superbly for this position," said Cooper. "He has an industrywide reputation based on his past performance, expertise and commitment to quality."


Kalish was vice president of the Transportation Systems Center for the Civil Group, with responsibility for the performance and growth of CSC's business with the Transportation Department.


Kalish joined CSC after a 21-year career at Sperry Corp. He joined CSC's former Systems Sciences Division in 1986 as manager of systems engineering for a $1 billion program with NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland.

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