An American publicly traded multinational corporation that provides information technology (IT) services.
DXC Technology was formed in 2017 following the merger of the Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (HPE) Services division with Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC). DXC Technology then retained some of Hewlett Packard Company (HP) occupation-related contracts, through its former Israeli subsidiary, EntServ Israel, as was outlined by Who Profits in 2021 update What is HPE’s Current Involvement in the Israeli Occupation Industry?
In October 2021, the company published a job ad for its Research and Development (R&D) Center in the settlement of Beitar Illit in the occupied West Bank. The center, which was previously operated by HP, was originally located in a facility that belonged to the settlement municipality, and in 2012 was rebuilt in a new facility in the settlement using a three-year grant awarded to the company by the Israeli Ministry of Industry and Employment.
In 2018, the company published a job ad for a position in a government office at the Government Complex “Kiryat Menachem Begin“, located in occupied in East Jerusalem, north of Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood.
Facilitating Home Demolitions
In 2017, DXC Technology published a job ad for a company’s project of an “Illegal Construction Management” computerization system for the Israeli Civil Administration Headquarters, located in the settlement of Beit El in the occupied West Bank. The project required work with the ‘Rolling Stone’ system which is operated by the Israeli military ICT Division to monitor and collect data on Palestinian residents in the occupied West Bank.
Entserv Israel – Operating Israel’s Population Registry ‘Aviv’ System
Through its Israeli subsidiary, EntServ Israel, DXC Technology has operated and maintained the ‘Aviv’ System, the computerization system of the Israeli Administration of Border Crossings, Population and Immigration.
On April 1st, 2022, DXC Technology’s Israeli subsidiary, EntServ Israel, was acquired by the Israeli company Ness A.T of Hilan Group (TASE:HILAN), for USD 65 million.
Aviv System, formerly managed and operated by the now defunct Hewlett Packard (HP), contains Israel’s Population Registry which includes information on Palestinian citizens and non-citizen residents of occupied East Jerusalem. The system also has distinguished database which includes information on Israeli citizens who live in settlements in the occupied West Bank, under the name “Yesha database”. Aviv System also documents all border crossings that are under Israeli control, including Allenby Bridge Crossing, which is the only crossing from which Palestinians under Israeli military occupation in the West Bank are allowed to leave abroad, subjected to permits from the Israeli authorities; and Erez checkpoint, which is the only land crossing between the besieged Gaza Strip and Israel and the West Bank. Thus, the system contains personal information for Israeli authorities on Palestinians who live under occupation.
Between 2017 and 2019, the company maintained and developed Aviv system for an amount of 28.3 million NIS, while its business ally HPE provided the Itanium servers needed for the operation of the System. In 2018, Entserv was contracted to maintain and develop Aviv system for the amount of 7 million NIS for that year and for another 57.1 million NIS until 2020.
According to a an FOI response submitted by Who Profits, as of April 2021, the Aviv System is gradually being replaced by the Eitan System, which is operated by the public American technology company IBM.
Israeli Biometric documentation
In 2018 and 2019, the company supplied biometric stations for the Administration of Border Crossings, Population and Immigration for the amount of 1.4 million NIS.
In 2017, the company was contracted to provide and maintain for biometric stations for the Population and Immigration Authority for the amount of 938,056 NIS. The company also provided and maintained additional 50 biometric stations for the amount of 544,550 NIS that same year. In addition, the company provided biometric scanners for the Population and Immigration Authority.
The company is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol DXC.
Major shareholders include: The Vanguard Group, Inc. (11.51%), Templeton Global Advisors Ltd. (6.76%), BlackRock Fund Advisors (5.09%), SSgA Funds Management, Inc. (3.57%), Victory Capital Management, Inc. (Investment Management) (3.42%), Glenview Capital Management LLC (3.27%), Invesco Advisers, Inc. (3.21%), Harris Associates LP (2.93%), Invesco Capital Management LLC (2.45%), Fidelity Management & Research Co. LLC (2.41%).
President and CEO: Mike Salvino
The company has 446 subsidiaries worldwide.
Israeli subsidiary: DXC Services Israel Ltd. (100%).
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