Computer Sciences Corporation under contract with the Federal Aviation Administration is developing the modernization of the Traffic Flow Management System. The TFM System is a strategic air traffic control system that supports planning national air traffic. CSC is following a full software lifecycle development. The architecture is service oriented. The development work is using Java within a J2EE environment. mPower Software Services is providing software development activities include design, code and test, QA, Systems Administration and Technical Writing and Site Survey.
CSC, headquartered in Falls Church, VA, is a global leader in providing technology-enabled business solutions. Since 1996, CSC has developed and maintained the systems developed by CSC for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) called Center Terminal Radar Approach Control (TRACON) Automation Systems Traffic Management Advisor, or CTAS TMA.