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CSC Bags Task Order For $113 Mln From U.S Navy To Support Sealift Program Office

CSC (CSC) Monday announced that it has been granted a task order by the U.S. Navy to provide program management support to the Strategic and Theater Sealift Program Office.

The provider of technology-enabled business solutions and services stated that the estimated value of the task order is about $113 million, and has a one-year base period and four one-year options.

Under the terms of the agreement, CSC will provide a full range of program management support including acquisition document preparation, financial management, test and evaluation, integrated logistics, systems integration and technical/engineering.

"The acquisition programs CSC will support on this contract are vital in executing the Navy's 21st century warfighting plans," said Alan B. Weakley, president of CSC's North American Public Sector Defense Group.

by RTT Staff Writer

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