Two named CSC federal VPs

Computer Sciences Corp. named Tim Sheahan as president of its new Enforcement, Security and Intelligence Division, and Pat Ways as president of business development for its Federal Sector business unit.

The moves are part of a reorganization the company said will better position it to meet growing demand for interagency data integration and rapid growth in the U.S. federal market. The reorganization consolidates civilian and defense-related business development efforts within CSC. Sheahan and Ways will report to Paul Cofoni, president of the federal business.

Sheahan, who has been with CSC nearly 15 years, will lead all business operations and outsourcing in support of federal law enforcement, public safety and security and all intelligence agencies. The new division will closely align with the proposed new federal Department of Homeland Security, according to CSC.

Ways will lead all efforts to capture federal business through CSC's newly consolidated Federal Sector Business Development organization, the company said. Ways was most recently senior vice president of business development for CSC's Federal Sector Civil Group.

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