CSC wins $628 Million US Air Force task order

12-Sep-2006

New award adds $378 million to CSC's quarterly announced wins.



CSC wins $628 Million US Air Force task order



Computer Sciences Corporation has won a task order to provide technical and business transformation services for the US Air Force Expeditionary Combat Support System (ECSS). CSC estimates the value of the award, which has a 21-month base period with options for an additional 57 months, to be $628 million if all options are exercised.



The ECSS contract was awarded under the Enterprise Software Initiative blanket purchase agreement, which CSC originally announced in June 2004, with an estimated value of $250 million. The amount of the new contract adds $378 million to CSC's quarterly announced wins.



Under the task order, CSC will be the prime systems integrator and provide a full range of services to help the Air Force transform its global supply chain. Services include logistics business process redesign and commercial off-the-shelf enterprise resource planning. CSC's work will be coordinated with the ECSS Program Office in the 754th Electronic Systems Group and the Logistics Transformation Office at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio.



Once implemented, the ECSS will retire more than 400 legacy information systems in support of Air Force Expeditionary Logistics for the 21st Century (eLog21), the Air Force's commitment to increase weapon system availability, reduce operating costs and improve fighting capabilities.



Teaming with CSC are Altarum Institute, of Ann Arbor, Mich.; BAE Systems IT and Defense Solutions Group, of Herndon, Va.; Booz Allen Hamilton Inc., of McLean, Va.; CACI International Inc., of Arlington, Va.; Capgemini Government Solutions LLC, of Herndon, Va.; Dynamics Research Corporation, of Andover, Md.; LOGTEC Inc., of Fairborn, Ohio; RWD Technologies, of Baltimore, Md.; Science Applications International Corporation, and Logistics and Information Technology Division, of San Diego, Calif.; Sirota Consulting LLC, of Purchase, N.Y.; Sogeti USA LLC, of Dayton, Ohio; Systems Research and Applications Corporation, of Fairfax, Va.; and 13 small businesses with proven performance in information technology (IT) integration and business process transformation.




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