General Dynamics builds out health care business with acquisition of Vangent Inc.
Lockheed Martin Corp. topped all Defense Department contractors with about $12.5 billion in 6,334 contracts and contract modifications in 2010, according to an exclusive Aviation Week Intelligence Network analysis.
General Dynamics Corp. has been awarded a five-year, $14.3 million task order to provide military health care management services to the Defense and Veterans Affairs Brain Injury Center.
General Dynamics Corp. is expanding its services to the Navy with the acquisition of Metro Machine Corp., a surface-ship repair company that supports the fleet in Norfolk, Va.
General Dynamics Information Technology and five smaller companies will share potentially $96.3 million to provide language-training technology and staffing at the Defense Department center.
General Dynamics C4 Systems Inc. will provide the Army with computer hardware and software procurement assistance under a five-year $3.7 billion contract, according to an Aug. 29 Defense Department announcement.
Science Applications International Corp. filed a protest Aug. 26 against the Army's award of Ground Combat Vehicle technology development contracts to two teams led by BAE Systems and General Dynamics Land Systems.
Two teams of contractors, one led by BAE Systems and Northrop Grumman and another by General Dynamics and Lockheed Martin Corp., share a $900 million contract to develop the technology for the Army's smart combat vehicle.
General Dynamics makes bid for Vangent to build its health care IT business.
The Veterans Affairs Department's $12 billion T4 contract continues to attract protests, with three more filed in recent days.
General Dynamics Corp. has acquired Network Connectivity Solutions Corp. to gain access to lucrative DISA contract.
General Dynamics and the Navy continue contract talks for two destroyers.