CSC wins $19.4M task order for visa services

Computer Sciences Corp. has won a $19.4 million task order with the State Department to provide Global Support Strategy for Visa Services.

The task order has a base value of $2.6 million. With options, the value could range from $14.4 million to the full $19.4 million, according to a posting on the page.

Under the contract, CSC will provide information services, appointment services, fee collection services, document delivery services and greeter services for France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Cameroon, Senegal, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Rwanda.

The task order was issued against a task order contract that both CSC and Stanley Associates, which is part of CGI Federal, hold.

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