Contract Award – CSC – $200 Million – USAID

The US Agency for International Development (USAID) has awarded CSC a task order to provide IT infrastructure. The task order is worth an estimated $200 million of all options are used.

CSC will provide a range of support services including engineering and implementing IT solutions, supporting the network and planning. CSC is set to provide support for IT related projects to support USAID’s mission around the globe. CSC engineering will involve systems engineering, network engineering, desktop, IT security and voice engineering services. Aaron Fuller, president of North American Public Sector Enforcement, Security and Intelligence Group at CSC, said “We’re proud to continue our long partnership and collaboration with USAID by leveraging our significant foreign affairs and infrastructure engineering expertise. Our innovation and engineering excellence will help the USAID address the increasingly complex technical challenges of its global mission.”

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