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CSC Wins $85M CBP Engineering Services Contract

CSC logo_GovConWireThe CSC has won a single award blanket purchase worth a potential $85 million to provide the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Customs and Border Protection with enterprise network engineering services support.
CSC will also provide the agency with big data, cybersecurity, cloud services, the company said Monday.
Under the contract, CSC will conduct the services for one year with four one-year options.
Patrick Schambach,  CSC’s North American Public Sector Homeland Security and Law network Group vice president and general manager, said the modernization program will save the CBP money and resources.
“In addition, this contract provides the perfect platform to support CSC’s strategy to drive IT efficiencies and cost savings through next-generation infrastructure strategies and solutions for our government clients, ” Schambach added.
CSC will also support the CBP’s infrastructure modernization efforts through network optimization.

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