CSC Receives Nunn-Perry Award

Apr 03, 2001, 01:00 ET from Computer Sciences Corporation

    EL SEGUNDO, Calif., April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Computer Sciences Corporation
 (NYSE:   CSC) has been recognized with the Department of Defense Nunn-Perry
 award for its Mentor-Protege agreement with Computer Systems Technology, (CST)
 Inc.  The award recognizes teams that have excelled in technical development,
 cost efficiencies and increased business opportunities for small disadvantaged
 firms.  This marks the second consecutive year that CSC's Defense Group has
 received the award.
     Terry Glasgow, vice president of CSC's Army Programs business unit, and
 Ms. Bobby Bradley, President/CEO of CST, accepted the award from Robert L.
 Neal, Jr., Director, Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization,
 who recognized the team as having best epitomized the objectives of the
 Mentor-Protege Program.  Neal presented the award at the Department of Defense
 Mentor-Protege Conference March 19 - 21, in Arlington, VA.
     "We are proud to have the DoD acknowledge the CSC-CST partnership as one
 of the success stories in our industry," Glasgow said.  "We look forward to
 continuing the relationship."
     Under the program, major DoD prime contractors assist small disadvantaged
 businesses in enhancing their technical and business capabilities and
 increasing their participation as subcontractors and suppliers under
 government and commercial contracts.  The firms represented in the program
 encompass a broad range of industries, including environmental remediation,
 manufacturing, telecommunications and healthcare.  The Nunn-Perry award is
 based on the return on investment for the DoD, quality of assistance provided
 by the mentor and the protege's development.  Computer Systems Technology has
 been a part of the CSC team for 2 years.
     Computer Systems Technology, Inc. is a diversified professional services
 company providing a broad range of information technology, program management,
 logistics, engineering, and technical support services to Government and
 commercial customers.  The company, with annual revenues of over $52 million,
 employs more than 800 people throughout the United States.  For more
 information visit the CST Web site at www.cst-hsv.com.
     Computer Sciences Corporation, one of the world's leading consulting and
 information technology (IT) services firms, helps clients in industry and
 government achieve strategic and operational results through the use of
 technology.  The company's success is based on its culture of working
 collaboratively with clients to develop innovative technology strategies and
 solutions that address specific business challenges.
     Having guided clients through every major wave of change in information
 technology since 1959, CSC combines the newest technologies with its
 capabilities in consulting, systems design and integration, IT and business
 process outsourcing, applications software, and Web and application hosting to
 meet the individual needs of global corporations and organizations. With more
 than 68,000 employees in locations worldwide, CSC had revenues of $10.2
 billion for the twelve months ended December 29, 2000.  It is headquartered in
 El Segundo, California.  For more information, visit the company's Web site at
 www.csc.com.
 
 

SOURCE Computer Sciences Corporation
    EL SEGUNDO, Calif., April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Computer Sciences Corporation
 (NYSE:   CSC) has been recognized with the Department of Defense Nunn-Perry
 award for its Mentor-Protege agreement with Computer Systems Technology, (CST)
 Inc.  The award recognizes teams that have excelled in technical development,
 cost efficiencies and increased business opportunities for small disadvantaged
 firms.  This marks the second consecutive year that CSC's Defense Group has
 received the award.
     Terry Glasgow, vice president of CSC's Army Programs business unit, and
 Ms. Bobby Bradley, President/CEO of CST, accepted the award from Robert L.
 Neal, Jr., Director, Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization,
 who recognized the team as having best epitomized the objectives of the
 Mentor-Protege Program.  Neal presented the award at the Department of Defense
 Mentor-Protege Conference March 19 - 21, in Arlington, VA.
     "We are proud to have the DoD acknowledge the CSC-CST partnership as one
 of the success stories in our industry," Glasgow said.  "We look forward to
 continuing the relationship."
     Under the program, major DoD prime contractors assist small disadvantaged
 businesses in enhancing their technical and business capabilities and
 increasing their participation as subcontractors and suppliers under
 government and commercial contracts.  The firms represented in the program
 encompass a broad range of industries, including environmental remediation,
 manufacturing, telecommunications and healthcare.  The Nunn-Perry award is
 based on the return on investment for the DoD, quality of assistance provided
 by the mentor and the protege's development.  Computer Systems Technology has
 been a part of the CSC team for 2 years.
     Computer Systems Technology, Inc. is a diversified professional services
 company providing a broad range of information technology, program management,
 logistics, engineering, and technical support services to Government and
 commercial customers.  The company, with annual revenues of over $52 million,
 employs more than 800 people throughout the United States.  For more
 information visit the CST Web site at www.cst-hsv.com.
     Computer Sciences Corporation, one of the world's leading consulting and
 information technology (IT) services firms, helps clients in industry and
 government achieve strategic and operational results through the use of
 technology.  The company's success is based on its culture of working
 collaboratively with clients to develop innovative technology strategies and
 solutions that address specific business challenges.
     Having guided clients through every major wave of change in information
 technology since 1959, CSC combines the newest technologies with its
 capabilities in consulting, systems design and integration, IT and business
 process outsourcing, applications software, and Web and application hosting to
 meet the individual needs of global corporations and organizations. With more
 than 68,000 employees in locations worldwide, CSC had revenues of $10.2
 billion for the twelve months ended December 29, 2000.  It is headquartered in
 El Segundo, California.  For more information, visit the company's Web site at
 www.csc.com.
 
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