General Dynamics to provide IT services for US Navy
General Dynamics Information Technology – the business arm of General Dynamics – is to provide enterprise IT and cyber security services to the Naval Surface Warfare Centre (NSWC) Crane Division in accordance with a newly awarded contract courtesy of the US Naval Sea Systems Command.
The single-award, task order contract has a potential worth amounting to $81.3M over a five year period, with the vast majority of the project slated to take place in Crane, Indiana.
General Dynamics will partner up with Purdue University, together with ten Indiana-based organisations, to supply the NSWC Crane Division with enterprise IT service management, cyber security, systems engineering, data protection, cross domain security and information exchange, and technical advisory services management.
“General Dynamics delivers operational excellence in the information domain across the globe to the US Department of Defence,” said Bernie Guerry, Senior Vice President of the Intelligence Solutions Division and Chief Operating Officer at General Dynamics Information Technology. “Our highly experienced team is focused on adding value, relevance and enhanced security to the important work of NSWC Crane.”
For more than four decades, General Dynamics has been a trusted partner of the US Department of Defence, providing global support to the US Armed Forces. Here, the company continues to assist the US Navy to enhance its capabilities, readiness and security.
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