A number of companies won contracts during Thanksgiving week. Here's a round up of the major IT related awards that came out while Washington Technology was closed for the holiday.
November, like October before it, saw another decrease in the number of contract awards reported, but there were still some huge contract wins. Who made the list?
General Dynamics Electric Boat has won a $164 million contract to provide services such as project management, technical analysis and planning to support the Navy's nuclear submarine fleet.
General Dynamics has named Jason Aiken senior vice president and chief financial officer of the corporation, effective Jan. 1, 2014.
General Dynamics C4 Systems has won a $96 million task order to provide technology upgrades for the Warfighter Information Network – Tactical Increment 2, which improves network capacity, system reliability, robustness and ease of use.
General Dynamics Information Technology has won a $50 million contract to provide the Navy with integrated logistics services in support of technical analysis and investigation of Foreign Military Sales. programs.
General Dynamics is protesting an $850 million contract won by Maximus to help the Office of Federal Student Aid manage its debt management and collections processes.
General Dynamics Information Technology has won a two-year, $25.3 million task order to support the U.S. Air Force Life Cycle Management Center.
The government shutdown put a damper on contract awards in October, as did the traditional slowdown of awards at the start of a new fiscal year. Despite those conditions, though, there were several significant awards in October, and we rank the biggest for the month.
General Dynamics C4 Systems has won a $475 million contract to provide the U.S. Army with research and development support for the Warfighter Information Network-Tactical Increment 3.
General Dynamics Information Technology has won a $16 million task order to provide the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers with information technology management services for its work in Afghanistan.
Fourteen companies will compete for work under a $900 million Navy task order contract for C5ISR support.