CSC Extends IT Contract with London Transport Agency; Liz Benison Comments

Computer Sciences Corp. has won a $33 million contract extension with London’s transportation agency to provide information technology services., the company announced Tuesday.

The Falls Church, Va.-based IT consulting firm said it will continue to provide Transport for London with customer support services at underground stations in the British capital.

Liz Benison, president of U.K. operations, said the company will also support the agency as it implements a new IT agenda under the five-year contract.

The company will also help the agency deliver real-time customer information and provide desktop support.

Mike Lawrie started serving as president and CEO of the company March 19 after six years as CEO of U.K.-based financial services software firm Misys.

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