CSC wins $59 million contract extension

Computer Sciences Corporation has won a $59 million contract extension with the Ballistic Missile Defence Organisation to continue providing scientific, engineering and technical services.

Computer Sciences Corporation has won a contract extension with the Ballistic Missile Defence Organisation (BMDO) to continue providing scientific, engineering and technical assistance to the BMDO’s headquarters in Arlington, Virginia.

The 14-month extension adds an additional $59 million in value to the prior 14-month, $30 million agreement.

CSC will provide day-to-day systems engineering, acquisition, technology, multimedia and administrative support to the BMDO in the development, testing and acquisition of the Ballistic Missile Defence System. The CSC team includes 22 subcontractors providing support to 10 primary BMDO directorates.

Approximately 300 engineers, analysts, acquisition specialists, computer engineers and administrative personnel from CSC’s joint missile and air defence business organisation will support the contract.

The BMDO mission includes the planning, definition and assessment of the Ballistic Missile Defence System through acquisition planning, system capability analysis, definition and validation, technology planning and evaluation and the development of key block decision points.