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Mike Gaffney Comments on CSC’s Lucrative Labor Dept. Contract

Mike Gaffney

CSC (NYSE: CSC) won a deal from the Department of Labor to oversee the Office of Workers’ Compensation Programs’ Central Bill Process service.

The contract carries a seven-year performance term, and an estimated total value of $143 million.

CSC will work to “process medical bills, facilitate prior authorization of services, respond to inquiries related to medical benefits through a call center and service-oriented architecture-based systems, and implement a fraud and abuse detection program.”

“We look forward to continuing our more than 25 years of support to the Department of Labor in its efforts to foster and promote the welfare of the Office of Workers’ Compensation beneficiaries, ” said Mike Gaffney, president of CSC’s North American Public Sector Civil and Health Services group. “By leveraging our government and commercial experience in information technology infrastructure and health services, CSC will provide the Office of Workers’ Compensation Programs with services that facilitate the timely and accurate processing of medical bills.”

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