GD Wins $27m Navy Contract

Thursday, September 18, 2008

General Dynamics Information Technology has won three task orders worth a total of $26.7m from the Naval Sea Systems Command.

The company will provide IT engineering and professional services for the US Navy's Smart Carrier program at its , Carderock Division in .

It will support modernization operations including testing and installation of new machinery control monitoring systems, distributed data and control networks, and navigation and ship control systems. It will also provide engineering, system analysis, and program support for navigation and integrated bridge control systems that include antenna, sail, radar, microwave, and electrical systems.

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