CSC, Veritas finalize DynCorp deal

Computer Sciences Corp. completed its $850 million divestiture of DynCorp International, DynMarine and selected DynCorp Technical Services contracts to Veritas Capital Inc. of New York.

When the closing-date working capital has been finalized, CSC gets an additional block of preferred stock, not to exceed $75 million.

Veritas gets a business that pulled in $1.6 billion in 2004 and has 14,500 employees. The acquisition is Veritas' second foray into government services. In July, it acquired McNeil Technologies Inc., Springfield, Va.


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