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Perspecta has received the Nunn-Perry Award from the Department of Defense for supporting CSCI Consulting with its employee development and corporate infrastructure initiatives through DoD's Mentor-Protege Program. Perspecta said Tuesday it has helped CSCI create a Defense Contracting Audit Agency-compliant accounting system, achieve Capability Maturing Model Integration - Maturity Level 3 and carry out training, marketing and branding efforts through the program.

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DXC Technology, the company that will result from Computer Sciences Corp.‘s merger with Hewlett Packard Enterprise‘s enterprise services segment, targets digital transformation support for customers as one of its strategic priorities, CRN reported Wednesday. Rick Saia writes Mike Lawrie, CSC chairman, president and CEO, told investors Wednesday that DXC will aim to offer clients an opportunity to manage costs within their […] More
Computer Sciences Corp. has announced plans to set up a new office in Adelaide, South Australia, after it received a seven-year contract to provide desktop computers, tablets, laptops and other digital devices as well as end-user computing services to government agencies in the state. CSC will make a $5 million investment to establish the new office in […] More
CSRA‘s journey as an independent company since its late 2015 separation from Computer Sciences Corp. included many moves to position itself in the market as a primary partner for federal agencies and industry vendors seeking to offer new technologies in the government market. Of note, CSRA held a pair of Emerging Technology Day events and an internal “Hack-A-Thon” event […] More
Computer Sciences Corp. and Hitachi Data Systems have agreed to expand their strategic partnership in an effort to help enterprises adopt cloud-based digital platforms designed to accelerate business processes. CSC and HDS will jointly provide clients with the CSC BizCloud tool equipped with the Hitachi Unified Compute Platform, SAP‘s Hana in-memory data management platform and storage-as-a-service offerings, CSC said […] More
Computer Sciences Corp. has started to offer care coordination and population health as-a-service platforms to U.K. government agencies through the online G-Cloud marketplace. CSC said Monday its care coordination offering consists of business process services intended to help providers address referral management, complex care coordination, discharge management and patient access challenges. The services are supported by a delivery platform that includes a directory […] More
Joe Ayers heads the federal enterprise group at Hewlett-Packard Enterprise as a vice president and is responsible for the organization’s work with partners, pursuit of cloud computing opportunities and work to provide agencies technology and related consulting services. The enterprise services segment of HPE is slated to merge into Computer Sciences Corp. and create an estimated […] More
Computer Sciences Corp. will provide a range of information technology services for BAE Systems‘ U.K. and Saudi Arabia operations under a $600 million agreement between the two companies. CSC said Tuesday the IT outsourcing deal will run through November 2021 and covers contact center, end user compute, mainframe, physical/virtual servers, storage, networking, project services and application maintenance support. “We are delighted to […] More
Computer Sciences Corp. has received a five-year contract to refresh a digital policing workplace used by London’s police department. CSC will implement its MyWorkstyle end-user service in order to update the Metropolitan Police Service’s information technology environment under the agreement, the company said Tuesday. “We are delighted to have the opportunity to transform how the police force uses IT […] More
Lockton has named Jeff Purdy as the new leader of its government contracting practice. Purdy brings Lockton more than 25 years of experience in the corporate risk management and insurance field from his previous work with government contractors, Lockton said Tuesday. “Jeff Purdy is a widely respected risk professional who understands first-hand the challenging risks that […] More
Computer Sciences Corp. will move its headquarters to a new office building at 1775 Tysons Boulevard in Fairfax County, Virginia, this spring. CSC has signed a lease agreement with Lerner Enterprises to occupy two floors in the building located within the Corporate Office Centre at Tysons II, the real estate development firm said Tuesday. The […] More
Computer Sciences Corp. has received a Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program certification for the company’s ARCWRX cloud computing technology. CSC said Tuesday this is the second FedRAMP certification for the platform-as-a-service ARCWRX, which is based on Red Hat's OpenShift and resides on CSC’s ARC-P platform. Paul Smith, general manager and vice president of public sector at Red […] More
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