CSC Promotes David Levitt to VP of Health IT Solutions for N. American Public Sector

Computer Sciences Corp. (NYSE: CSC) has named David Levitt as vice president of health information technology solutions for its North American public sector health services division.

Levitt will be responsible for developing new business with federal health agencies and positioning CSC to win work to provide new systems necessary to implement Affordable Care Act reforms.

Levitt has more than 30 years of experience with CSC, most recently serving as account director for HITS.

He has contributed to the business unit’s wins of several critical healthcare engagements, including a major modernization project for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.

“David has developed and grown several major accounts with key agencies over the years and has earned the trust and respect of clients and colleagues alike, ” said Alisoun Moore, vice president and general manager for CSC’s North American public sector health services division. “His health IT experience has proven to be invaluable in our efforts to deliver health IT solutions to our clients.”

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