Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) is one of the largest IT services and consulting corporations in the world. Started in 1959 by Roy Nutt and Fletcher Jones, CSC has been on the Fortune 500 listing since 1995. In the 1960s, CSC started out as software company, providing services to many companies including IBM, Honeywell and eventually, NASA. By 1963, CSC was listed on the U.S. Stock Exchange, and the company had also become the largest software company in North America. The company also expanded operations in Asia, India and Europe.
By the 1970s, CSC beat out several companies to contract with the Department of Finance and the Department of Defense. Today, the company is headquartered in Annandale, Virginia. There are 90,000 employees in 70 countries. CSC is now ranked among all software countries in the world.
Eric Pulier is the former CEO of CSC. The Teaneck, New Jersey native is an author, public speaker and entrepreneur who has created many companies over the years. He has also done extensive work for the federal government. After graduating from Harvard University, Pulier moved to Los Angeles, where he started his first company in 1991, People Doing Things (PDT). His next project, Starbright World, served as a platform for disabled children to to network and chat.
Pulier went on to create Digital Evolution, Desktone, Media Platform and many others. In 1997, Pulier was selected by the Presidential Inauguration Committee to create a presidential technological exhibit. The creation, “The Bridge to The 21st Century,” was built on the Capital Mall. Pulier is also a member of the X Prize board of directors and a generous philanthropist.
In May of 2015, the company announced that the public sector and international and business sectors would be spit. CSC has also undergone a number of mergers and acquisitions over the years including DynCorp and Corvansys Corporation.