CSC gets Boeing defense deal

Computer Sciences Corp. won a six-year contract to provide mainframe computing operations to the Boeing Co. The contract is potentially worth more than $90 million.

Beginning in 2004, CSC of El Segundo, Calif., will use a data center in St. Louis to provide services to Boeing facilities in Seal Beach, Long Beach and Huntington Beach, Calif.; St. Louis; Philadelphia; and Mesa, Ariz., all in support of the Boeing Integrated Defense Systems business unit.

Boeing's unit is a $25 billion a year business that provides systems to global military, government and commercial customers, in markets such as surveillance and reconnaissance, intelligence, military aircraft, satellites, space-based communications and missile defense.

 

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