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CSC Taps Michael Maier to Pursue Major Contracts as VP in Public Sector Group; Alan Weakley Comments

Computer Sciences Corp. (NYSE: CSC) has appointed Michael W. Maier to its new position of vice president of Air Force range programs for its North American public sector operations.

Maier will lead CSC’s pursuit of the multi-billion dollar launch and test range system and integrated support contracts. InSpace 21, a CSC and Honeywell (NYSE: HON) joint venture, will place bids for the awards.

In his new role, Maier will lead CSC’s range technical service contract work.

Maier was previously vice president and general manager of Computer Sciences Raytheon,  CSC’s joint venture with Raytheon Co. (NYSE: RTN). In that role, he led the company’s 2007 win of the 10-year $816 million eastern range technical services contract.

He also directed 85 eastern range launch campaigns and earned four consecutive 100 percent award fee scores.

GovCon Executive has the story on Steven Griffin’s appointment to replace him in that role.

Maier has served technical and management positions within the Air Force and space community since 1988.

Alan Weakley, CSC

“Mike is a recognized leader maintaining and improving air and space range capabilities for the U.S. Air Force, ” said Alan Weakley, president of CSC North American public sector’s defense group. “As one of the world’s most experienced range operations and maintenance provider, CSC brings unique management and technical capabilities. His newly created position reflects CSC’s continued commitment to the space launch and test range mission.”

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