Four of the nation’s largest government contractors have won Navy task orders under a multiple-award, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract with a total potential value of $204 million over five years if all options are exercised.
General Dynamics Corp. and Hewlett Packard Co. will provide network and data center services to the U.S. Special Operations Command under a pair of contracts that have a combined value of more than $151 million.
Science Applications International Corp., General Dynamics, Northrop Grumman and Booz Allen Hamilton have won awards from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific, and will vie for cybersecurity task orders under a five-year contract valued in excess of $200 million.
The Army has awarded the low-rate initial production of its next-generation tactical communications network to General Dynamics Corp. under a contract with a ceiling of $2.8 billion.
General Dynamics Corp. reported 2010 fourth-quarter earnings of $729 million, compared to $618 million in the same quarter of 2009.
Harris Corp., Computer Sciences Corp., General Dynamics Information Technology and Cisco Systems are teaming to pursue an anticipated five-year, Navy Department contract to provide network transport services for the Next Generation Enterprise Network (NGEN) initiative.
The company will manage supply systems to support military operations in Southwest Asia. Most work will come out of Camp Arifjan in Kuwait.
General Dynamics Corp. will provide information technology to the U.S. Army Europe headquarters in Heidelberg, Germany, and its associated staff elements under a five-year Alliant contract task order worth $122 million if all options are exercised.
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Computer Sciences Corp., General Dynamics Information Technology and Sparta are named to the five-year Missile Defense Agency infrastructure and deployment services contract and will compete for $565 million in task orders.
General Dynamics Corp. reported third-quarter 2010 earnings of $649 million, compared to $575 million for the same quarter in 2009. Revenues in the quarter were $8 billion. Operating earnings grew to $966 million for a 10.5 percent increase over third-quarter 2009, the company reported yesterday in an earnings statement.
Rivals want the General Services Administration and Homeland Security Department to rethink their decision to award Northrop Grumman the contract to build the infrastructure for the new DHS headquarters campus.