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Naval Simulation Tasks To Be Performed By CSC For US Navy


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CSC (Computer Sciences Corporation)
: 23 June, 2010  (Application Story)
Submarine, surface vessel and unmanned vessel simulation support to be provided to the US Navy by CSC under new contract
The US Navy has awarded CSC two task orders to provide computer simulation, engineering and model test support. The task orders both have five-year periods of performance, and estimated total values of $24 million and $32 million. The task orders were awarded under the SeaPort Enhanced indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, which was originally awarded to CSC in April 2004. These task orders were awarded to CSC during the company’s fiscal 2010 fourth quarter that ended April 2, 2010.

Under the terms of the first task order, CSC will provide support for computer and software simulation, control systems development and engineering, and data analysis for Navy submarines, surface ships and unmanned vehicles. Under the terms of the second task order, CSC will provide support for full-scale and model-scale testing of Navy submarines, surface ships and unmanned vehicles, including making submarine and surface ship models.

Work under both task orders will support the Naval Surface Warfare Centre Carderock Division, and will be performed at its facilities in West Bethesda and at the CSC facilities in Maryland and the District of Columbia.

“CSC is pleased to continue our 30-year history with the Navy by making use of our extensive computer simulation experience to reduce costs and maximize human performance,” said Patrick Dougherty, vice president and general manager of CSC’s North American Public Sector, Defence and Maritime Operations. “As one of the world’s largest providers of technology-enabled business solutions and services, we offer thought leadership, specialized skills and innovative services for our clients.”

Whether providing high-fidelity simulators or modelling conditions, objects or systems, CSC provides realistic training environments that help clients improve performance and cut costs.
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