CSC wins $86 million Customs and Border Protection contract

Computer Sciences Corp. has won an $86 million Homeland Security Department contract to provide financial systems support.

The single-award blanket purchase agreement, awarded by DHS’ Customs and Border Protection, entails operations and maintenance of financial systems, as well as help desk, user training, upgrades and enhancements for the agency’s 5,000 SAP users, CSC said in a news release.

The first task order, valued at $31 million, was signed in conjunction with the purchasing agreement.

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