Manusco will help CSC weather downturn

Michael Manusco, who is coming out of retirement to serve as chief financial officer at CSC, says his primary concern from a corporate standpoint will be maintaining access to credit, reports The Washington Post.

Mancuso's move comes as many analysts predict a cutback in government spending after years of rapid rise, particularly in defense spending. In an interview with the newspaper, Manusco expressed his views on the credit crunch and economic crisis, the future of defense spending, and how he came to his decision to join CSC.

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