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Von Halle to Depart Computer Sciences Corp. on Jan. 6

November 4, 2011

Leonie Von Halle.
Leonie Von Halle.

EL SEGUNDO, CA - Leonie Von Halle, manager of corporate fleet for Computer Sciences Corp. (CSC) in  El Segundo, Calif. will leave the company effective Jan. 6, 2012, following the company’s decision to relocate its corporate headquarters to Falls Church, Va.

Von Halle has worked for CSC since 1999 and directed all aspects of specification and procurement for a fleet of 500 vehicles with multiple applications, including field operations, sales, and executive groups. She was responsible for an annual budget of $6 million that included acquisition, fuel, maintenance, risk management, compliance, and disposal-related expenses.

Prior to CSC, Von Halle worked as fleet manager for Pinkerton, in Westlake Village, Calif., from 1998-1999, managing its highly dispersed fleet 1,600 vehicles with 400 security offices nationwide.
Earlier, Von Halle worked as fleet administrator and employee ride share coordinator for Teledyne, Inc. in Los Angeles from 1985-1997. She managed the acquisition and disposal of 4,000 vehicles. She also coordinated the ride share program for 175 employees.

Von Halle is currently seeking other fleet management opportunities and can be reached at [email protected].

By Mike Antich

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