Computer Sciences gets Army pact worth up to $79M

AP News
Posted: Jan 05, 2010 12:31 PM

Computer Sciences Corp. said Tuesday that it received a contract valued at up to $79 million from the Army for ongoing support and services for the Aberdeen proving ground in Maryland.

The information technology services company will provide services including network infrastructure support, software development, project management and quality control.

The contract, which Computer Sciences received during its fiscal second quarter, has a one-year base with four one-year options.

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The company's stock fell 30 cents to $57.44 in midday trading.