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IT infrastructure support could put $493 million in CSC’s pockets

Yesterday, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) awarded CSC a task order valued at $493 million. The contract, which has one base year and four option years, is to support the Information Technology Infrastructure Program (ITIP). Specifically, CSC will provide IT infrastructure services in support of the TSA. The ITIP services will support each of the TSA Office of Information Technology divisions for IT security, solutions delivery, business activities and operational effectiveness throughout the nation, including all U.S. airports.

“CSC recognizes the critical role the Transportation Security Administration plays in protecting the nation’s transportation systems, ” said Aaron Fuller, president of CSC’s North American Public Sector Enforcement, Security and Intelligence Group. “We look forward to providing world-class information technology services that will improve the performance and reliability of the agency’s infrastructure.”

The task order falls under the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading Edge Solutions (EAGLE) contract, which is designed to provide an acquisition vehicle for a full range of IT services, technical and management expertise and solution-related enabling products.

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