CSC reports 63 contracts

Computer Sciences Corp.'s federal sector has received 63 contracts and subcontracts since July 1 that it has not previously announced, company officials said yesterday.

The contracts, valued at about $835 million, include 51 prime and 12 subcontracts, said CSC chief executive Van Honeycutt. The agreements range in value from $130,000 to more than $128 million and vary in length from three months to 17 years.

Civil agencies accounted for 22 awards with a total value of $465 million, while the Defense Department signed 29 of the awards with a total value of $144 million.

The company's second fiscal quarter ends today.

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