General Dynamics Information Technology will support the Air Force’s Distributed Common Ground System and Project Liberty under a three-year, $49 million contract.
General Dynamics Corp. will upgrade NASA satellite communications by building out a new ground-system architecture for space-to-ground communications and tracking.
General Dynamics moves forward under its new chairman and CEO, but its focus remains fixed on its core defense markets.
The Federal Aviation Administration today named Boeing, General Dynamics, and ITT to engineer key parts of its next generation air traffic control system.
General Dynamics Corp. will assist with Base Realignment and Closure activities under a three-year, $146.2 million contract from Defense Department’s Washington Headquarters Services.
General Dynamics Corp. completes transition from chairman Nicholas Chabraja to new chairman Jay Johnson.
General Dynamics Corp. today reported overall first-quarter 2010 revenues of $7.75 billion, down from $8.26 million in first quarter 2009, or a 6.2 percent decline.
A unit of General Dynamics Information Technology will provide IT and management services to support a Medicare prescription drug subsidy program.
General Dynamics Corp. will furnish a variety of information management services to the Interior Department under a task order potentially worth $10.5 million over five years.
Northrop Grumman executive Robert Helm will join General Dynamics on May 3 as senior vice president of planning and development.
General Dynamics Corp. will modernize the Federal Aviation Administration’s Administrative Voice Enterprise Services program, known as FAVES, under a single-award contract valued at $228 million over 10 years.
Long-time General Dynamics Corp. executives Charles Hall and John Schwartz are retiring in the next few months.