CSC, Booz Allen, Lockheed Team to Provide Army C4ISR Logistics on $220M Order

A Computer Sciences Corp.-led (NYSE: CSC) team of contractors including Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) and Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) will provide the U.S. Army worldwide logistics support.

CSC said it won a two-year, $220 million task order during the fourth quarter of its 2012 fiscal year through the Strategic Services Sourcing vehicle awarded in 2006.

The team will aim to help the Army increase efficiencies on its worldwide sustainment services commodity line for C4ISR (command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance), said Karl Spinnenweber, vice president of the ground division within CSC’s North American public sector defense group.

This task order consolidates three legacy orders under the S3 contract vehicle, CSC said.

CSC is serving as a subcontractor on a Harris Corp.-led (NYSE: HRS) team competing on a $3 billion vehicle to provide the Department of Homeland Security with communications equipment.

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