DOD taps CSC for high-performance computing assist

DOD taps CSC for high-performance computing assist

The Defense Department has awarded Computer Sciences Corp. four task orders worth more than $82 million to support the Defense High-Performance Computing Modernization Program.

CSC will provide support and outreach services at two DOD sites: the Army Corps of Engineers' Engineer R&D Center in Vicksburg, Miss., and the Air Force Aeronautical Systems Center in Dayton, Ohio.

The services will range from systems administration and integration to help desk and scientific visualization support, company officials said.

DOD's high-performance computing centers provide supercomputing services to users in the department's science, technology, and test and evaluation organizations.

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