Air Force investigations unit awards contracts to CSC

The Air Force Office of Special Investigations has awarded two contracts to Computer Sciences Corp. to provide technical services and project support to the unit.

Both contracts have one base year with four one-year options, and they have a combined value of up to $62.4 million if all options are exercised.

The special investigations unit is tasked with three types of investigations'felony-level crimes, counterterrorism and espionage'according to spokesman Capt. Regen Wilson, who added that the matter must have an impact in some way on Air Force personnel.

Under the terms of these contracts, CSC will provide project support, IT operations and maintenance services, software design and development, document imaging and data warehousing systems.

Specific tasks include supporting the OSI server and network systems implementation and modernization, as well as the office's repository and digitization project, call center operations, maintaining legacy applications and developing new Web-based technologies.

The company also will continue development work on two information systems: the OSI Business Intelligence System, a data querying, reporting and analysis tool; and the Investigative Information Management System, which helps the office investigate criminal activities.

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