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  • retiredexaon retiredexaon Sep 25, 2011 8:00 AM Flag

    New CSC failures

    And you believe what they tell you. Sad. I believed CSC too at Aon. They told all of us that we had bright, shining futures at CSC, that advancement was guaranteed and we smiled, and drank the Koolaid. Then, 14 months later, we were all fired because of Underperformance by CSC (read that overbilling by only $200 million in year one) and CSC had to maintain the contract. So, I believe nothing management says. Defense is still a cornerstone at CSC as at SAIC and where are those big Commercial wins? Only VF Corp has fallen prey to CSC. That will be wrecked too.

    You are a shill. And nobody is buying this dog.

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    • That's a common occurrance within CSC after winning a bid for a contract. CSC tells you what you want to hear but in reality they're lying through their teeth to their newly acquired employees. The same holds true to their clients and in the end, CSC don't live up to their client's expectations.

    • Had to transition to a new contract, all the jobs were for the Social Security Administration (SSA) meaning Civil Sector, Department of Homeland Security (DHS), meaning Civil Sector, Medicare meaning Healthcare / Civil, or Cloud.

      I am not CSC's biggest fan or a shill. But I know what I see, hear, and experience first hand.

      But I doubt you believe anyone.

    • The managers at CSC are far too honest to allow such practices to go on...they'd never pork the client just to make the Number!

 
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