CSC Wins $60M to Instruct Navy Aviation Training Programs; Alan Weakley Comments

Alan Weakley, CSC

The U.S. Navy has awarded Computer Sciences Corp. (NYSE: CSC) a $60 million task order to instruct naval aviation simulator training programs, CSC announced Wednesday.

The order has one base year and four one-year options and was awarded under the Fielded Training Systems Support (FTSS) III contract, originally secured by CSC in 2010.

CSC will work with its prime subcontractor Logistic Services International Inc. to provide training at two naval air stations in Virginia and two stations in Florida.

“Our industry-leading collaborative training programs combine live, virtual and constructive training, which help reduce training costs while best preparing the men and women who serve during times of war and peace, ” said Alan Weakley, president of CSC’s North American public sector defense group.

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