Computer Sciences Corp. (NYSE: CSC) has appointed Alan Weakley president of its North American public sector defense group, where he will lead strategic direction, planning and execution of the group’s worldwide growth.
Weakley previously lead CSC’s former intelligence and applied technology unit, which combined with the company’s former defense unit to form the defense group.
The group now employs more than 14, 000 people. Weakley will report to North American public sector president Jim Sheaffer.
Weakley previously was president of ATG, which provides mission support for military range operations, base infrastructure operations and aviation services.
CSC said Weakley most notably led ATG’s development of the VISION tool set, an important CSC asset.
Prior to that, Weakley served URS Corp.’s EG&G division for over 23 years as vice president and general manager of the engineering and technology services group.
“This realignment reflects CSC’s commitment to deliver an integrated approach to the defense market, ” said Sheaffer. “The fully-integrated defense group will bring a significant set of synergies, efficiencies and core offerings that will improve service delivery to our military customers. Alan’s leadership is invaluable in this mission. He has a proven track record of increasing service quality and meeting customer missions while reducing overall operating costs that will help CSC deliver best value to our clients at a critical time.”