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CSC to develop case management system for US Department of Justice

Computer Sciences Corporation has won a task order to develop the Litigation Case Management System (LCMS) for the US Department of Justice (DOJ).

The award, which has a seven-month base period and four one-year options, is valued at approximately $42 million if all options are exercised and all incentives are achieved. The performance-based services contract was awarded under the Chief Information Officer — Solutions and Partner 2 (CIO-SP2) contract.

Under the new agreement, CSC will develop and implement a commercial off-the-shelf, user-friendly enterprise architecture platform for sharing case-related information within and between the seven DOJ litigating agencies; partner organizations at the federal, state and local levels; and the public. The architecture will capture information once and make it available to all authorized users from a single repository.

“The system will allow Department of Justice users to search, track and organize records, process cases more quickly, and manage and share vast quantities of litigation data while protecting sensitive information,” said James Sheaffer, president of CSC's Federal Sector business unit.

CSC's experience in developing and implementing case management solutions includes its award-winning Investigative Information Management System (I2MS) for a federal law enforcement agency. The company also developed a case management system using customizable software that provides information, workflow and document management functionality for a federal civil agency.

The LCMS work will be performed by CSC's Enforcement, Security & Intelligence (ESI) division, which provides a full spectrum of security services for public sector clients dedicated to preserving and protecting national security. With extensive mission experience and professionals who hold security clearances, ESI supports organizations in the law enforcement, homeland security, foreign affairs, and national and defense intelligence communities.

The seven DOJ litigating agencies, which include approximately 13,000 users and represent the primary customers of the LCMS, are the Executive Office for US Attorneys, the Antitrust Division, the Criminal Division, the Civil Division, the Civil Rights Division, the Environment and Natural Resources Division, and the Tax Division.

Teaming with CSC are Booz Allen Hamilton, of McLean, Va.; High Performance Technologies Inc., of Reston, Va.; Oracle Corporation, of Reston, Va.; Synergistek Inc., of Rockville, Md.; and Welkin Associates Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of CSC, of Chantilly, Va.
 
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