Top 100: No. 5
General Dynamics, the No. 5 company on the 2014 Top 100, put a major emphasis on restructuring of its IT operations in the past year and is now looking at refinements as it hunts for new opportunities.
Four companies will compete to improve the U.S. Army’s battlefield communications capability under a $988 million contract.
General Dynamics Information Technology has won a $23 million contract to develop modeling software for the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command.
General Dynamics has won an $11 million to provide the Navy with non-nuclear maintenance work for submarines homeported at the Naval Submarine Base in Groton.
General Dynamics Land Systems has won a $74.7 million contract to support the Marine Corps’ mine resistant, ambush protected program.
General Dynamics chairman and CEO Phebe Novakovic issued a challenge to her fellow contractors: Get involved in your community.
February saw a dip in activity compared to January, but it still turned out to be a good month for government contracting. Who won the biggest contracts this month?
General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems has won a $250.1 million contract from Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems to provide engineering and manufacturing development services to the Navy in support of its next-generation integrated Air and Missile Defense Radar.
General Dynamics Information Technology has won a $138 million contract with the U.S. Army Medical Command to provide the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center, or DVBIC, with clinical site support services.
General Dynamics has named Laura Schumacher to its board of directors, effective February 2, 2014.
General Dynamics Land Systems has won a $72.7 million contract to upgrade 12 Abrams tanks for the Army.
2014 begins on a high note, especially for Lockheed Martin, which captured four spots among the top 10 awards for January. So, who else won the biggest contracts in January?