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CSC moves to Docklands

30 Apr 2010

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Global business solutions and technology services provider CSC celebrated the official opening of its Docklands office last month, with a commitment to boost  its involvement in Victoria by $78 million over the next 10 years.

Local federal member and Minister for Finance and Deregulation, Lindsay Tanner, officially opened the Docklands Drive office on April 30.

Consolidating different business teams and units that had previously been spread across Victoria, CSC’s new facility will house about 450 staff, positioning it as one of the largest information technology employers in Victoria.

The Docklands facility will become home to CSC’s Natural Resources Centre of Excellence, which develops and implements solutions for mining and energy industries across Australia.

The new facility has been designed under the National Australian Built Environment Rating System (NABERS) and has received a 5 Green Star rating and a 4 star rating for facility fit-out.

The President of CSC in Australia, Gavin Larkings, said the company’s investment in Victoria reflected its longstanding commitment to the local economy.

CSC is an international information technology services provider that employs 92,000 people globally and has its Australian headquarters in Sydney.

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