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CSC establishes Pasadena innovation centre
Computer Sciences Corporation has opened its new Pasadena Innovation Center in California, which allows clients to explore and prototype innovative IT solutions and business process improvements. read more
CSC in trial implementation of nationwide health network
CSC is to be part of the team selected to participate in a trial implementation of a nationwide health information network. read more
CSC announces $1.1 billion in previously unannounced federal contracts
Defence departments and agencies accounted for 83 awards with a total value of approximately $900 million. read more
CSC wins contract from CMS potentially worth $200 million
Computer Sciences Corporation is one of 16 firms selected by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to provide information technology (IT) services for its Enterprise Systems Development program. read more
Arthur D. Little makes senior appointments in Zurich
The global management consultancy strengthens its highly successful Financial Services practice with the appointment of Paco Hauser and Markus Stöckli to its Zurich office. read more
CSC discloses accounting errors dating back 10 years
Restating of income tax accounting could cost the company $200 million. read more
CSC signs new $25 million agreement with Woodside
New contract expands CSC support of Australia oil and gas group. read more
Whittmanhart Consulting names new head of Oracle practice
Whittmanhart Consulting, a provider of management solutions and enabling technologies, has appointed Mark Miller as Managing Director of the national Oracle practice. read more
CSC signs multi-year IT outsourcing contract with Network Rail
The agreement, which has a five-year base period and one three-year option, coincides with a significant infrastructure investment by Network Rail. read more
IT consultants flock to new TopITconsultant.com site
The Top-Consultant team this week celebrated the successful launch of www.TopITconsultant.com, which in July alone attracted almost 11,000 IT Consulting candidates looking for positions in the UK market. read more
GSA awards $50B Alliant GWAC contract for IT services
Largest ever GWAC will provide federal agencies access to integrated IT solutions. read more
CSC names president of Americas outsourcing business
The appointment is part of a new strategy to accelerate growth and improve service. read more
CFOs cite data quality/information integrity as top tech concern
Improving data quality/information integrity emerged as the most frequently cited “critical” technology concern (according to 58 percent of respondents) in the ninth annual Technology Issues for Financial Executives survey. read more
CSC names chief information officer
Interim CIO for the past 10 months officially appointed to the post. read more
CSC introduces WorldBridge service to manage UK visa application process
Computer Sciences Corporation announced WorldBridge, a new service that will provide UK visa applicants with comprehensive visa and immigration information and assistance. read more
CSC names intelligence practice leader
Harold "Hal" Smith has joined Computer Sciences Corporation as a vice president and general manager of Intelligence and Law Enforcement for its North American Public Sector business unit's Enforcement, Security and Intelligence (ESI) division. read more
CSC appoints new president for European Northern Region operations
Computer Sciences Corporation announced the appointment of Nick Wilson as president of Europe's Northern Region operations, which includes the UK, Ireland, the Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland. read more
CSC names new president for global outsourcing unit
As part of the company's comprehensive new growth strategy, called Project Accelerate, Computer Sciences Corporation today announced that it is realigning the company's resources to strengthen its commercial outsourcing business. read more
CSC announces $4.1 billion in previously unannounced contracts
Ahead of reporting quarterly results, Computer Sciences Corporation has disclosed commercial, federal and European contacts totalling approximately $4.1 billion if all contract options are exercised. read more
CSC wins estimated $250 million agreement from Defense Finance and Accounting Service
Computer Sciences Corporation has won a blanket purchase agreement (BPA) to provide technical support and consulting services at Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) centers across the United States. read more
New MCA awards for consulting stars
The Management Consultancies Association has launched the Consultant of the Year Awards in association with The Sunday Times. read more
CSC Q4 results exceed expectations
Computer Sciences Corporation reported results for its fiscal 2007 fourth quarter, ended March 30, 2007, exceeding latest guidance on revenue and earnings. read more
CSC interested in bidding for iSOFT
Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) has confirmed it's considering a cash offer for UK software developer iSOFT. read more
CSC signs seven-year IT services agreement with CACEIS
Computer Sciences Corporation has signed a seven-year information technology (IT) services contract with CACEIS, one of Europe's leading financial services providers. read more
CSC-led alliance receives extension on one of the largest federal IT programs
The alliance received a three-year option for the National Security Agency's Groundbreaker contract. read more
CSC names president for newly consolidated Civil division
Tom Anderson has been named president of Computer Sciences Corporation's recently consolidated North American Public Sector business unit's Civil Division. read more
CSC announces delay in filing 2007 Form 10-K
Computer Sciences Corporation announced that it has discovered significant errors in its accounting for tax liabilities in fiscal years 2000 through 2006. read more
CSC signs BPO contract with Northstar Financial Services
CSC services and software to speed growth of investment products. read more
CSC elects Mike Laphen CEO, Van Honeycutt to remain Chairman
Van Honeycutt will retire from his role as CEO after a 32-year career with CSC, but will continue his service to the company in an ongoing consulting role. read more
Two winners in UK ICT supply battle
New research from Kable shows that Capgemini rose from seventh to fourth place, while HP shot up from thirteenth to fifth place in the rankings of top suppliers to the UK public ICT market. read more
CSC part of team awarded slice of $20 billion federal communication contract
Computer Sciences Corporation is part of a team led by Verizon Business that has been awarded the General Services Administration's (GSA) Networx Universal program. read more
CSC to acquire Covansys for $1.3 billion
The acquisition increases CSC's India delivery capabilities, accelerates development of strategic offshore offerings, the company said. read more
Perot Systems cited as North American applications outsourcing leader
Perot Systems Corporation was recently cited in a report by Forrester Research as a Leader in the North American applications outsourcing market, with strong offerings and strategies. read more
CSC names head for new Defense division
Computer Sciences Corporation has named Austin Yerks president of the newly formed Defense Division. read more
CSC announces $1.28 billion in previously unannounced federal contracts
Computer Sciences Corporation that that since January 1, its Federal Sector business unit has signed 62 previously unannounced contracts and subcontracts during its fiscal 2007 fourth quarter, which ended March 30. read more
CSC signs $386 million in previously unannounced contracts in the UK in Q4
CSC has signed $4.2 billion in business awards in the UK in fiscal 2007, with an increasing number of small- and medium-sized deals. read more
CSC signs $768 million in previously unannounced commercial contracts
Computer Sciences Corporation announced that its Americas' commercial business units have signed previously unannounced contracts with 10 clients, to date, during CSC's fiscal 2007. read more
IT firms jostle with strategy firms for intellectual high ground
Who would have thought ten years ago, that the likes of Accenture and IBM would be ranked alongside McKinsey in terms of the quantity and quality of their "thought leadership" – the intellectual high ground of consulting. read more
MCA elects new president
Vice President of global IT services company elected President of the Management Consultancies Association. read more
CSC wins $22 million German federal IT contract
CSC's IT consulting services to help modernize federal systems. read more
CSC strengthens UK health team with senior NHS appointments
Computer Sciences Corporation said that it has enhanced its UK healthcare business with the appointments of Pearse Butler and Professor Rajan Madhok. read more
CSC wins $81 million contract with Norway's DnB NOR
The new IT contract extends CSC’s 13-year relationship with the financial services group. read more
CSC signs $275 million BPO contract with UKvisas
CSC to help transform UK visa application process and implement the capture of biometric details for visa applicants. read more
CSC elects Michael Laphen to Board of Directors
Laphen, age 56, has served as President and Chief Operating Officer of CSC since April 1, 2003, and has held a variety of senior management positions since joining the company in 1977. read more
CSC names new VP and Chief Medical Officer of Federal sector business
Computer Sciences Corporation has named Dr Robert M Wah as vice president and chief medical officer of its Federal Sector business unit. read more
CSC signs $378 million BlueScope Steel contract
The contract, which includes a four-year base period and two two-year options, has a potential value of $378 million (AUD$480 million) if all options are exercised. read more
CSC completes transfer of authority for UK NHS work
Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) said that final agreements were signed on January 8 to transfer the UK National Health Service (NHS) Connecting for Health program work in the North East and East of England, previously awarded to Accenture, to CSC. read more
PAC: Top players on the European IT services market in 2006
The IT services market has been recovering – but the leading providers have been recording mixed results, according to analysis from Pierre Audoin Consultants (PAC), the market research firm. read more
Atos Origin names new UK CEO
Keith Wilman, joining from CSC, is to focus on improving organic growth. read more
CSC announces $933 million in previously undisclosed contract wins
Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) announced previously undisclosed contract wins in its fiscal 2007 third quarter, which ends December 29, that could be worth close to a billion if all option are exercised. read more
Mid-sized contract wins accelerate growth of CSC's outsourcing and systems integration business in Europe
CSC signs estimated $321 million in contracts with leading organizations. read more
CSC joint venture wins $422 million US Army contract to continue mission support at White Sands Missile Range
This contract follows and is separate from a contract signed in 1997 to provide mission support services at the WSMR. read more
CSC acquires US federal services provider Datatrac
Computer Sciences Corporation has agreed to acquire Datatrac Information Services, Inc., a privately held US government services and solutions provider headquartered in Richardson, Texas. read more
CSC to provide engineering services at NASA Wallops Flight Facility
CSC estimates the value of the five-year contract to be $44 million. read more
CSC's Army logistics program garners back-to-back awards
Computer Sciences Corporation said that its US Army Logistics Modernization Program (LMP) received the 2006 Excellence in Enterprise Integration Award from the Association for Enterprise Integration and an honorable mention for Military Logistics Program of the Year from the Institute for Defense and Government Advancement. read more
CSC signs $180 million IT services agreement with Newmont Mining
Computer Sciences Corporation has signed a seven-year, $180 million information technology (IT) services contract with Newmont Mining Corporation, one of the world's largest gold mining companies. read more
Systems integration market has strongest year since dot-com boom
Competitive landscape continues to evolve among top ten players, IDC research reveals. read more
CSC to open new centre in Prague
Central European location to provide 'near-shore' alternative for clients. read more
CSC signs record number of contracts in Q2
Major announced business awards for the second quarter were a very strong $8.8 billion, representing the company's largest quarterly amount in its history. read more
CSC wins $98 million IT task order under USAID Prime 3.2 contract
Computer Sciences Corporation has won a task order to provide information technology (IT) operations and maintenance services to the US Agency for International Development (USAID). read more
Canadian government selects CSC for IT security management contracts
Computer Sciences Corporation announced today that it is one of four firms that have been selected by the Canadian government to compete for contracts under the Cyber Protection Supply Arrangement (CPSA). read more
CSC signs $20 million contract with Airbus
Computer Sciences Corporation said that Airbus North America Engineering (ANAE) has extended and expanded its relationship with CSC by signing a new six-year, $20 million information technology (IT) outsourcing contract. read more
Capita Advisory Services expands private sector team as footprint in financial services grows
Capita Advisory Services, the management consultancy arm of the Capita Group, has strengthened its private sector team with some key appointments to broaden and deepen its financial services expertise and meet increasing demand for its services across the private sector. read more
10 CSC employees honored with National Women of Color Awards
Ten Computer Sciences Corporation employees have been selected to receive 2006 National Women of Color Technology Awards for their accomplishments in advancing technology and science. read more
Consultancies among recipients of training & development awards
ASTD’s fourth annual “BEST Awards” recognize organizations’ commitment to world-class learning and performance. read more
CSC gets extension on Whitbread outsourcing contract
Computer Sciences Corporation has signed a new IT outsourcing contract with Whitbread Group Plc valued at approximately $48 million (26 million pounds sterling), expanding total contract value to approximately $222 million (120 million pounds sterling) since 2000. read more
IDC reveals dramatic rise in outsourcing competition
More players, more globally-scaled deals, more network and desktop outsourcing, and reduced combined deal value. read more
Overall supply chain progress stalled according to CSC survey
Study shows gains largely limited to specific initiatives. read more
Powercor-Citipower extend contract with CSC
The new five-year contract has a total value of AU$17.8 million. read more
CSC names new India president
Ex-HP director named president of CSC’s India operations. read more
Accenture reports 51% increase in fourth-quarter profit
Accenture reported a 51 percent increase in fiscal fourth-quarter profit, while many analysts expressed relief that the company withdrew from the money-losing NHS contract without suffering any penalties. read more
CSC signs $2.6 billion in previously unannounced federal contracts
Computer Sciences Corporation said that since July 1, 2006, its Federal Sector business unit has signed 104 previously unannounced contracts and subcontracts during CSC's fiscal 2007 second quarter, which ends September 30. read more
Atos Consulting opens Belgium practice
New entity starts up under leadership of experienced consultant and manager, Luc Brouwers, named as its Director. read more
Atos Origin appoints new Germany & Central Europe COO
CSC hires former Atos COO to be President of EMEA Central Europe. read more
CSC wins $628 Million US Air Force task order
New award adds $378 million to CSC's quarterly announced wins. read more
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