Computer Sciences Corporation has signed a three-year, AUD$30 million (US$25 million) information technology (IT) services contract with international oil and gas group Woodside.
The new contract follows a recently completed one-year IT services agreement CSC had with Woodside, Australia's largest publicly traded oil and gas exploration and production company.
Under the new agreement, CSC will continue to provide a full range of IT services, including data centre hosting, enterprise monitoring, help desk, desktop support, database administration, data recovery, asset management, server support and change management.
CSC Australia managing director, Mike Shove, said the new agreement solidifies the company's leadership in the resources and mining sector.
Other CSC clients in this sector include BHP Billiton, OneSteel, Newmont, BlueScope Steel, Xstrata and Rio Tinto.
The company has 87,000 employees and reported revenue of US$14.9 billion for the 12 months ended March 30, 2007.