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CSC’s acquisition of Log.Sec is only part of larger growth plans

CSC's acquisition of Log.Sec is only part of larger growth plans - top government contractors - best government contracting eventComputer Sciences Corporation has acquired Log.Sec, a privately owned IT and logistics engineering company based in Manassas, Va that provides full test support services to government clients. The acquisition comes as part of the company’s strategic ‘Project Accelerate’ growth strategy in the public sector to invest in selected higher growth areas. CSC has been successfully acquiring and integrating companies with the CSC and it continues to look for attractive opportunities in the public sector.

CSC's North American Public Sector, the company's largest unit, is headed by Jim Sheaffer who is actively involved in the accelerated growth of the unit. In an interview with ExecutiveBiz earlier this year, Sheaffer credited his team’s success in their ability to focus, leverage, and collaborate across the company.

“The Log.Sec acquisition reinforces our growth strategy of acquiring select companies that complement our three-pronged strategy of growing our core business, investing in high-growth market segments and pursuing select state busines,” Sheaffer said.

To enhance its core offerings, CSC had relocated to Falls Church this year to consolidate its corporate leadership and effectively serve their North American clients from one key location. CSC is also expanding its global framework and operational capabilities to meet client needs with 60 centers around the world. CSC just recently bought Bulgarian IT services firm, Object Builder Software (OBS), and come spring the company will begin building a new and larger IT center in Tianjin, China.

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