General Dynamics wins $154 million Army health IT contract
- February 17, 2010
General Dynamics Information Technology has received a $154 million contract to support the military’s medical information system.
Fairfax-based General Dynamics Information Technology, a business unit of General Dynamics, will support the Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care (MC4) Product Management Office (PMO) of the U.S. Army.
General Dynamics will support MC4 PMO system activities through predeployment, deployment on-site and redeployment. The company will also support training events, including combat areas.
The MC4 program provides a medical information system that includes lifelong electronic medical records and streamlined medical logistics for the Army.