CSC’s new CEO moves to take direct control of turbulent NHS negotiations
Monday, May 21, 2012
Mike Lawrie the new CEO of CSC has directly taken control of protracted negotiations with the NHS in a bid to draw the line under the failed patent records contract.
Mike Lawrie took over as chief executive of CSC in March and has rapidly moved to turn around the company after publishing heavy losses, in part stemming from $1.5 billion in losses from tendering the NHS contract.
Mr Lawrie commented that ““There’s no question both parties want to get to an agreement. Now on a weekly basis the head of the NHS and myself are getting together. We are hopeful the NHS agreement will get completed in the not too distant future”.