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Contract Award- General Dynamics – $110 Million – Charles Stark Draper Laboratory

The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory has awarded General Dynamics a contract to provide integrated circuits for the Trident II ballistic missile program. The contract is for a three year period and is worth a potential $110 million.

Lou Von Thaer, president of Advanced Information Systems at General Dynamics, said “In partnership with Charles Stark Draper Laboratory and Honeywell International, General Dynamics is providing the U.S. Navy with cost-effective, consistent support. With this award, we will continue to deliver cost savings and increased capabilities to the Navy.”

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