General Dynamics wins $100M DIA task order
Falls Church company to provide engineering services to Defense Intelligence Agency
The Defense Intelligence Agency has awarded Falls Church-based General Dynamics Information Technology Inc. (GDIT) a potential $100 million task order to provide engineering services in support of the agency’s information technology modernization efforts, the company announced Tuesday.
Under the task order, GDIT will provide engineering support to the DIA’s IT infrastructure, including system design, architecture, testing plans and security accreditation.
“GDIT is excited to continue our 35-year relationship supporting DIA and their complex national security mission,” Deb Davis, vice president and general manager of mission solutions and service sector for GDIT’s Intelligence & Homeland Security Division, said in a statement. “The ISEE [Infrastructure Services Enterprise Engineering] award is a true testament to GDIT’s ability to develop and deliver enterprise IT Infrastructure solutions at scale. As a mission support leader and trusted partner for DIA’s IT backbone, we look forward to supporting the ongoing modernization of the DoDIIS Enterprise.”
General Dynamics provides aerospace and defense products and services such as business aviation, combat vehicles, weapons systems and munitions, IT services, C4ISR solutions and shipbuilding and ship repair. The company employs 100,000 people worldwide and reported $39.4 billion in revenue last year.
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