Contract Award- General Dynamics – $15.6 Million – DoD

The Department of Defense has awarded General Dynamics a contract to provide support for the Defense Acquisition University. The contract is a five year contract worth $15.6 million and will allow General Dynamics to support the learning asset program.

Under the contract, General Dynamics will provide support for the learning asset program at DAU, which provides the technology and curriculum for students going through the university. General Dynamics will provide technical expertise and program office support, along with enterprise solutions.

Harry Shackelford, VP and general manager for the Information Technology’s Aviation Joint Solutions sector at General Dynamics, said “General Dynamics will use its proven, innovative expertise in training systems to merge legacy assets and programs with state-of-the-art learning solutions that will allow the university keep pace in today’s rapidly changing environment. In addition, we will help the Defense Acquisition University meet future-generation distance learning requirements by implementing best practices and providing the necessary learning technologies going forward.”

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