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CSC inks Post Office deal

Computer Sciences will deliver consulting services to the U.S. Postal Service under an agreement worth up to $198 million over nine years.

Computer Sciences will deliver consulting services to the U.S. Postal Service under an agreement worth up to $198 million over nine years.

Though the deal, announced today, services and consulting company CSC will help develop and implement IT systems that support payroll and benefits for more than a million Postal Service employees.

Working with CSC to provide additional consulting and IT services on the project will be Litton PRC, KPMG Peat Marwick and Atlantic Duncans International.

Last May, CSC was named among a list of approved vendors under the Postal Services' Preferred Portfolio Partnering Agreement, which is used to help the agency contract with a team of companies to get the best results.

The deal is the latest in a string of El Segundo, California-based CSC's recent wins. So far in fiscal 1999, CSC has announced $4.6 billion in U.S. commercial, federal and international contracts.