MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS
General Dynamics makes a move to bolster its cybersecurity operations by acquiring a company with real-time security technology.
A second attempt to build a virtual border fence in Arizona may be moving a big closer to a contract award, according to Defense News.
Government has now ordered 19,000 radios in total.
Under the $20.6M contract, GDIT will provide software engineering and support services for the Indian Health Service.
Defense giants form partnership to pursue SBInet replacement and other border opportunities.
New VP will lead organization focused on solutions designed to harden systems, reduce vulnerabilities and defend against cyber attacks.
The market may go up and down, but General Dynamics banks on staying relevant as a key to its success.
Company will provide support services for Global Information Grid. Do you know the all-stars on their team?
IPWireless Inc., renamed General Dynamics Broadband, now a subsidiary of General Dynamics C4 Systems.
The largest contractors in the government market, the so-called top dogs, are hunting for the bright spots in a down market.
Phebe Novakovic slated to replace former chief of Naval Operations and fighter pilot as General Dynamics' leader.
GDIT, Scientific Research Corp., SAIC and Concurrent Technologies will assess and test C4ISR systems at Charleston, S.C., facility.