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CSC Announces $915 Million in Previously Unannounced Federal Contracts


Falls Church, Va.- Computer Sciences Corporation (NYSE: CSC) announced today that since Jan. 1, its North American Public Sector (NPS) business unit has signed 71 previously unannounced contracts and subcontracts during its fiscal 2008 fourth quarter, which ended March 28. These contracts have a total estimated value of approximately $915 million if all contract options are exercised.

The performance periods for the contracts range from one month to ten years. Civil agencies accounted for 31 awards with a total value of approximately $416 million. The Defense Department and its agencies accounted for 40 awards with a total value of approximately $499 million.

“Our North American Public Sector business unit has had a strong fiscal year" said CSC Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer Michael W. Laphen. “By leveraging complementary resources from across the company and focusing on its core services and areas of expertise, NPS is delivering effective and innovative results for our government clients.”

Services performed by CSC under these previously unannounced contracts include a wide range of business and information technology (IT) services, including analysis, systems integration and modernization, consulting, engineering, outsourcing, training, maintenance and logistics support for a diverse base of clients in the law enforcement and intelligence communities; the National Aeronautics and Space Administration; Departments of the Navy, Army and Air Force; Department of the Treasury; Health and Human Services; Environmental Protection Agency; Department of Transportation; and State Department.

All expressed contract award terms and values represent the amounts that CSC expects to receive from the agreements if all options are exercised.


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