According to the Department of Defense, “CSC (NYSE: CSC) is being awarded an $11, 199, 981 firm-fixed-price cost reimbursable, other direct costs contract for support services for the operation, maintenance, support, and management of Outside-the-continental-U.S. Navy Enterprise Network (ONE-NET), Far East Region. This contract contains a six-month base period and six, one-month option periods which, if exercised, bring the total estimated value of the contract to $22, 379, 705. Work will be performed in Yokosuka, Japan (61 percent); Guam (16 percent); Atsugi, Japan (6 percent); Misawa, Japan (4 percent); Sasebo, Japan (4 percent); Korea (4 percent); Okinawa, Japan (3 percent); and Singapore (2 percent). Work is expected to be completed by March 2012. Contract funds will not expire before the end of the fiscal year. This contract was solicited through General Services Administration e-Buy website, with one offer received. The Fleet and Industrial Supply Center Norfolk, Va., is the contracting activity (N00189-11-F-0087).”
Computer Sciences Corp. (NYSE: CSC) has appointed Mike Lawrie president and CEO, effective no later than March 31, CSC announced Tuesday. Lawrie, currently CEO of UK-based financial services software firm Misys, will also join CSC’s board of directors, effectively immediately. Lawrie will succeed Michael Laphen, who announced his plan to retire from CSC in October.
The TRICARE Management Activity has issued a request for information to solicit advice from government contractors on how to best develop an electronic health record pharmacy for the Defense and Veterans Affairs departments. For more details on desired system characteristics, check ExecutiveBiz‘s story, here. Unnamed industry sources who spoke with Nextgov.com said a successful contracting bid will demonstrate an ability to effectively
Eight large businesses and 17 small businesses have been awarded positions on a maximum $4.7 billion multiple-award indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with the U.S. Air Force, the Defense Department announced Tuesday. The companies will compete for task orders to provide: Management and professional support services Studies, analyses and evaluations Engineering and technical services The Pentagon said the large