News : 1,200-job Expansion Announced for DXC Technology in Conway
Conway, AK, USA, Oct 23, 2019 -- DXC Technology, which operates a call center in Conway that also provides digital information services to various businesses and organizations including the Arkansas Medicaid program, announced an expansion in Conway this morning that it said would add 1,200 jobs over three years.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson was on hand for the announcement, which he said was a product of his administration’s push to recruit high-paying tech jobs.
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The new jobs will include a center to serve Medicaid programs in 30 states as well as services in the life sciences, automotive and security sectors.
DXC currently employs about 450 in Conway. The new jobs are said to range from entry-level work to mid-career technical jobs.
UPDATE: DXC has been approved for the state’s "create rebate" program in which the company will get an annual cash payment based on new jobs created. The incentive is awarded at the discretion of the AEDC director. DXC can receive a payment equal to 5 percent of payroll for 10 years. It must meet the promised job creation level in 24 months and certify the jobs to be paid.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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DXC Technology was founded in 2017 as the result of the spin-off of Hewlett Packard Enterprise's Enterprise Service segment and its merger with Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) and Electronic Data Systems (EDS). DXC Technology has revenues of $25 billion, 170,000 employees and operated in 70 countries
Published: Thursday, October 24, 2019