General Dynamics Snags Army INSCOM Deal, Tom Kirchmaier Comments

General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) secured a $61.8 million task order to support the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM). The contract will last for a four-year period.

According to the firm, “General Dynamics will provide the sustaining, uninterrupted information technology (IT) operations and maintenance support that INSCOM and its subordinate units require to create and share critical intelligence products to Army users worldwide.”

“General Dynamics’ thorough understanding of the INSCOM mission, systems and processes results from a more than 30-year partnership in delivering mission continuity and superior customer service, ” said Thomas Kirchmaier, senior vice president of General Dynamics Information Technology’s intelligence solutions division. “We will work with the organization to sustain IT operations, maximize enterprise-wide capability and lower possible risks to the network to develop an optimal environment for intelligence creation and dissemination.”

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