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Team CSC, a world-class cycling team sponsored by Computer Sciences Corp., paid a visit to the company's Falls Church, Va., offices June 6 to meet employees while it winded its way to a race in Philadelphia. Team CSC placed third at last year's Tour de France and is ranked sixth in the world among cycling teams.







Team CSC with owner (left) Bjarne Riis.

Bruce Elliott of CSC tries out a bike.

Jimmi Madsen of Denmark waves to a crowd as he rides into a tent of CSC employees, friends and family.

Victoria Nguyen gets an autograph from Team CSC coach B.S. Christiansen.


Photos by Henrik G. de Gyor
Sixty-five members of Deloitte Consulting's federal practice transformed a historic fire station at Fort Meade, Md., into a new community volunteer center June 6 as part of Global Impact Day 2003, in which Deloitte employees worldwide volunteer in the communities where they work and live. The fire station will be a central location for young soldiers and their families to go for extra support as they are starting out.






Risa Freedman of Deloitte Consulting takes a break from cleaning and moving items.

Deloitte Consulting employees from Reston's Federal Practice clean out the old Fort Meade fire station.

Lesley Powers (left) and Karen Holmcrans of Deloitte Consulting.


Photos by Laurie DeWitt
Bill Loomis, chief financial officer of FileTek Inc. of Rockville, Md., was awarded the 2003 Community Service Award during the Greater Washington Technology CFO Awards held June 5 at the Ritz-Carlton Tysons Corner Hotel, McLean, Va. The Northern Virginia Technology Council, Tech Council of Maryland and the DC Tech Council organized the awards.




From left, Bill Loomis of FileTek Inc., Gary Tabach of Deloitte & Touche and Greg Wager of Marsh.
Gary Arlen, author of the "For Tech's Sake" online column for Washington Technology, was moderator for "Forecast for the Future ? What's Next for Tech PR?" a breakfast seminar hosted by the Public Relations Society of America May 30 at the Tower Club in Vienna, Va.






Gary Arlen of Arlen Communications (left) and French Caldwell of Gartner.

Tracy Schario of Strategic Com (left) and Darian Germain of Any Stream.

From left, Debora Starke of OAO Technology Solutions, Mike Smith of White & Baldacci and Jim Fowler of Software AG.

Robert Deigh of RDC Com (left) and Jim Healy of Porter Novelli.



Photos by Olivier Douliery

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