Up to $62.4M to CSC to Support USAF Office of Special Investigations

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Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) recently received two contracts to provide technical services and project support to the U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigations (OSI). CSC estimates the total value of the awards, which each have one base year and four one-year options, to be approximately $62.4 million if all options are exercised. The win was bracketed by the appointment of Jose Jimenez as president of CSC’s Federal Sector Enforcement, Security and Intelligence division, and by the retirement of Paul Cofoni as president of CSC’s overall Federal Sector business unit. As DID noted back on March 29/05, the U.S. Defense Department has taken over temporary responsibility for running the USAF’s top 21 weapons-buying programs totaling about $180 billion in the wake of recent Air Force personnel losses due to procurement scandals and retirements. The U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigations (OSI) scope of services revolves around four priorities: # Detect and provide early warning of worldwide threats to the Air Force; # Identify and resolve crime impacting Air Force readiness or good order and discipline; # Combat threats to Air Force information systems and technologies; and # Defeat and deter fraud in the acquisition of Air Force prioritized weapons […]

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