Austin Yerks Breaks Down CSC’s New Army Work

Austin Yerks

CSC (NYSE: CSC) secured an Army contract to support the Program Executive Office Command Control Communications – Tactical and subordinate program managers and offices.

The task order carries a one-year base period and a 10-month option, with a potential total value of $67 million.

CSC will take on a diverse range of engineering, architecture, integration and readiness services that span the total life-cycle of battle command systems.

“We are proud to continue our 16 years of providing PEO C3T with the specialized staff support and services to fulfill its challenging mission, ” said Austin Yerks, president of CSC’s North American Public Sector Defense Group. “CSC combines strong engineering, logistics and business operations talent with system of systems life-cycle integration and proven program management processes to meet the needs of the Army Team C4ISR community.”

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