CSC bags $144 million U.S. Navy contract for IT network support services

CSC has received a $144 million contract from the Naval Supply (NAVSUP) Fleet
Logistics Center Norfolk to provide operations, maintenance and management
support to the Outside the Continental United States (OCONUS) Navy Enterprise
Network (ONE-NET).

The contract calls for CSC to provide IT services on a per-seat basis and has a
maximum estimated value of $144 million with a one-year base period and four
one-year options. It follows a previous ONE-NET task order awarded to CSC in
2010 under the GSA’s Schedule 70 contract, which was exclusive to the Far East

CSC will continue to provide information technology services for the Naval
Network Warfare Command in the Far East region. Additionally, the agreement
will expand this footprint and provide service desk and field support, networks
and systems operations, information assurance, network technical assistance and
more to shore-based classified and unclassified networks at locations in Europe
and Bahrain.

CSC’s expansion of ONE-NET operations support improves the effectiveness of
critical enterprise networks and provides significant savings and efficiencies
for the Navy,” said Alan B. Weakley, president of CSC’s North American Public
Sector Defense Group.

The CSC team includes C4 Planning Solutions, Cisco Systems, Dell, F2 Systems,
General Dynamics Information Technology, Harris Corporation and STG.

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