GDIT awarded $661M EPA contract
Work includes enterprise IT and other services
Falls Church-based General Dynamics Information Technology Inc. has received a $661.6 million contract to modernize and manage IT services for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
The award, announced April 28, includes developing and operating the EPA’s enterprise IT infrastructure and applications. Services include cloud computing, platform management, network operations, enterprise identity access management and cybersecurity. The award has a one-year base with six one-year option periods.
“Technology and ingenuity are critical to furthering the government’s environmental mission,” GDIT President Amy Gilliland said in a statement. “GDIT will partner with the EPA to deliver a reliable, secure and technologically advanced IT infrastructure that will support agency initiatives fundamental to protecting human health and the environment.”
GDIT will also standardize the agency’s IT architecture to add emerging technology, provide scalability to support the EPA’s future workforce and enhance customer experience.
“Supporting the EPA’s mission has been a focus of GDIT for more than 40 years,” said Darby Chellis Bade, GDIT vice president for EPA programs and executive lead for climate change initiatives. “We are thrilled to continue this partnership and enable the EPA to operate its IT infrastructure more efficiently.”
GDIT is a subsidiary of Reston-based Fortune 500 aerospace and defense contractor General Dynamics Corp.. The parent company employs more than 100,000 people worldwide and generated $38.5 billion in revenue in 2021.