Former GSA chief joins CSC board

David Barram, administrator of the General Services Administration from 1996 to 2001, has been named to Computer Sciences Corp.'s board of directors.

Barram also served as vice chairman of the President's Management Council and, before joining GSA, was deputy secretary and chief operating officer of the Commerce Department.

Van Honeycutt, chairman and chief executive officer of CSC, said Barram brings "superior financial acumen as well as a wealth of senior public- and private-sector experience and insight" to his new role.

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