General Dynamics unit wins $400 million Army contract
- October 13, 2010
General Dynamics Information Technology has received a contract worth up to $409 million to help modernize the U.S. Army Medical Department’s health-care facilities.
The Fairfax-based unit will help the Army’s medical department transition to newly built facilities and modernize current medical facilities. The indefinite delivery-indefinite award contract has a total value of $409 million over four years if all options are exercised.
General Dynamics will support the planning, outfitting and transitioning of staff and medical facilities. The company will provide interior design, equipment need assessments, relocation services, equipment installation and employee training.
The Army Corps of Engineers will manage these projects, which covers hospitals, medical centers and clinics, dental facilities and veterinary services. The projects will be performed at Army medical facilities around the world between 2010 and 2015.
General Dynamics Information Technology is a subsidiary of Falls Church-based General Dynamics.