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CSC Wins $45M to Host GSA’s Acquisition Apps, Help Cloud Transition

CSC Wins $45M to Host GSA's Acquisition Apps, Help Cloud Transition - top government contractors - best government contracting event
CSC Wins $45M to Host GSA's Acquisition Apps, Help Cloud Transition - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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Computer Sciences Corp. has won a General Services Administration task order to provide hosting services for the GSA’s primary acquisition applications, the company announced Tuesday.

CSC estimates the four-year order is worth up to $45 million over a two-month base period, four one-year options and a 10-month option.

The order was awarded under the GSA’s Alliant Governmentwide Acquisition contract CSC won a position on in April 2009.

The contract requires CSC to host the current infrastructure that supports GSA's mission-critical applications, including those used to acquire products and services, such as GSA Advantage and eBuy.

CSC said it will also help transition GSA to a technical framework that can take advantage of emerging technology to respond to changing government needs.

CSC will consult the agency as it migrates applications to cloud computing and adopts infrastructure as a service and virtualization tools.

CSC is one of 57 firms on the GSA’s Alliant contract.

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