Computer Sciences Corp. plans to consolidate visa systems for State Dept.

Computer Sciences Corp. (CSC) will consolidate visa processing for the State Department under a five year contract

James Sheaffer
James Sheaffer

valued at up to $36 million.

This particular task calls for CSC to consolidate four existing visa systems into one unified processing system for the State’s Bureau of Consular Affairs.

According to the terms of the agreement, the company will replace existing visa processing software with a new fully integrated set of applications. The modernized system will improve visa operations and support immigrant and non-immigrant visa processing within the United States as well as embassies abroad.

“By applying CSC’s expertise in integrated software solutions, we will lower risk, cost and complexity, and, at the same time, enhance productivity, accountability and security, ” said James Sheaffer, president of CSC’s North American Public Sector.

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