Army extends GDIT's South Korean work

General Dynamics’ Information Technology business won a contract modification worth $20.2 million to support the U.S. Army in South Korea.

The award exercises option year three of the fixed price contract.

Services include personnel, equipement supplies, transportation, tools and other non-personal services. The work will support command and control systems for the 1st Signal Brigade through South Korea.

Exact work locations will be determined by the individual task orer.

The 1st Signal Brigade is responsible for all command and control systems in South Korea.

The modification pushes the contract’s end out until Sept. 29, 2016.

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