Revenue and earnings rose in the fourth quarter and for the 12 months of 2011, but the IT sector recorded modest declines for both periods.
The nine will compete for tasks in systems engineering, information assurance and program management among others. Who made the cut?
General Dynamics will help manage oil and gas development for Interior Department.
Subsidiary will develop a solution to calculate quality outcomes for British general practitioners and clinical groups.
The Army moves foward with a cloud computing contract.
They will be bidding on a variety of research and IT services to support the Naval Health Research Center and other DOD treatment facilities.
The $47 million contract includes spare parts, assemblies, engineering support and other logistics needed to keep the Common Ground Stations technically current and fully operational.
The $10.7 million contract calls for GDIT to work with the HHS Office of Child Care, which provides financial assistance to low-income working families.
General Dynamics Corp. will provide IT, mechanical, electrical and other systems support to the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division under an IDIQ contract that has a potential value of $73.3 million.
General Dynamics Corp. will pay $360 million to buy Force Protection, in a move that bolsters its line of armored vehicles designed to protect against IEDs and other explosive devices.
General Dynamics CEO Jay Johnson credits increased efficiency, improved productivity and reduced costs for solid performance in the company’s third-quarter numbers.
GSA's 10-year contract includes both large and small businesses. Who made the final cut?