General Dynamics Information Technology lands $695M task order
Falls Church subsidiary to provide services to U.S. Army Europe, NATO
Falls Church-based General Dynamics Information Technology Inc. (GDIT) announced Tuesday it has been awarded a $695 million U.S. Army Europe (USAREUR) Enterprise Mission Information Technology Services (EMITS) task order.
Under the five-year task order, GDIT will deliver enterprise information technology, communications and mission command support services to USAREUR headquarters, the U.S. North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) operations and other Department of Defense organizations and Regionally Aligned Forces in Europe.
“GDIT looks forward to the opportunity to continue supporting the USAREUR G6 and its growing need for expanded theater communications and greater interoperability to enhance Army and Allied mission command systems,” GDIT President Amy Gilliland said in a statement.
GDIT is a subsidiary company of Reston-based General Dynamics Corp., a Fortune 500 aerospace and defense contractor with products in 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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