CSC Wins $9M United Launch Alliance Contract

Computer Science Corporation has received a $9 million contract from United Launch Alliance LLC (ULA) to supply a new consolidated service center as well as desktop and application services.

Under the contract, CSC will help ULA with their goal of engineering, manufacturing and launching rockets for both the U.S. government and commercial businesses. The contract includes updated service center tools, as well as tier one (customer service) and tier two (advanced technical support) desktop hardware and software application services and support.

“CSC is pleased to provide ULA with these expanded services and expertise for this milestone effort, ” commented CSC’s Americas Outsourcing Group President, Joe Schechter. “We look forward to leveraging CSC’s experience supporting IT organizations worldwide to help ULA achieve significant business results as they move forward to enhance IT and operational support throughout the enterprise.”

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