GD wins $12M task order to support FAA laboratory

General Dynamics has won a $12 million task order to provide NextGen Integration and Evaluation Capability support to the Federal Aviation Administration.

The task order was awarded under the FAA’s System Engineering 2020 program, which General Dynamics won in 2010.

Under the task order, the company will provide engineering, operations, software design and development, infrastructure and administrative support to the NextGen Integration and Evaluation Capability laboratory.

The laboratory is used by the FAA to explore, integrate and evaluate NextGen technologies, providing researchers with a range of air traffic management systems and tools that model and simulate the National Airspace System, General Dynamics said in a release.

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