Computer Sciences Corporation
announced it has won the prestigious George M. Low Award, NASA’s
highest recognition for demonstrated excellence and outstanding achievements
in quality and performance.

NASA Administrator Daniel S. Goldin presented the award at the George M.
Low Award Luncheon during the 15th Annual NASA Continual Improvement and
Reinvention Conference on Quality Management, held April 27 in Alexandria, Va.
CSC’s NASA Programs Division, located in Lanham-Seabrook, Md., was this year’s
winner in the large-business service category.

Established in 1985 as the NASA Excellence Award for Quality and
Productivity, the George M. Low Award is the nation’s oldest award for
organizational quality and excellence.
It is awarded in the memory of George
M. Low, who greatly contributed to the early development of NASA Space
Programs during his 27 years of government service.
Recipients of the award
are evaluated according to seven criteria, including performance, cost and
schedule, innovation, management leadership, alignment of organizational goals
with NASA’s strategic plans, customer orientation and adherence to the Total
Quality Management philosophy.

“This award recognizes how deeply committed we are to implementing quality
principles at every level, for every client,” said Mike Laphen, President of
CSC’s Civil Group, headquartered in Falls Church, Va.
“We are proud of our
accomplishments in furthering NASA’s mission and objectives.”

Computer Sciences Corporation helps clients in industry and government use
information technology to achieve strategic and operational objectives.
58,000 employees in more than 700 offices worldwide, the company tailors
solutions from a broad suite of integrated service offerings, including
e-business strategies and technologies; management and IT consulting; systems
development and integration; application software; and IT and business process

Since its formation in 1959, CSC has been known for its flexibility in its
relationships with clients.
Through numerous agreements with hardware and
software technology firms, the company is able to identify and manage
solutions specifically tailored to each client’s needs.
CSC had revenues of
$9.4 billion for the twelve months ended March 31, 2000.
Its headquarters are
in El Segundo, California.
For more information, visit the company’s Web site
at .