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CSC Leads GovCon All-Star Team into Competition for Navy NGEN Deal; Jim Sheaffer Comments

Jim Sheaffer

CSC (NYSE:CSC) plans to team with General Dynamics Information Technology (NYSE: GD), Harris (NYSE:HRS) and Cisco (NYSE:CSCO) to bid on the Navy’s anticipated five-year contract to provide IT enterprise services.

The deal functions under the Next Generation Enterprise Network (NGEN) initiative, “which aims to achieve the Navy’s vision of a fully integrated naval networking environment.”

The team will work to provide end-user computing services, application integration and hosting, portal and data storage, and other IT infrastructure and cybersecurity services.

“The CSC-led team brings more than 50 years of experience supporting military and intelligence customers, and leverages both government and commercial best practices to deliver IT operations that are cost-effective, highly secure and continuously evolving, ” said James W. Sheaffer, president of CSC’s North American Public Sector. “Our highly secure, integrated solution is specifically tailored to the U.S. Navy’s needs and will ensure availability and reliability.”

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