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CSC Wins Re-Compete for Billion-Dollar TSA Contract

Jim Sheaffer of CSC
Jim Sheaffer of CSC

As we reported last week, the Transportation Security Administration has announced that CSC has won the re-compete for the billion-dollar Information Technology Managed Services for a contract formerly held by Unisys.  The contract is worth at least $2 billion, and Unisys could protest the decision.

CSC, Unisys, and the TSA have yet to release official statements on the contract award.  In the wake of this major contract win, all eyes will be on Jim Sheaffer, President of CSC’s North American Public Sector business.

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