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General Dynamics IT Moves Forward with Air Force Laptop Work

General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) Information Technology won a deal that will see the firm support the Air Force’s F-22A Integrated Maintenance Information System program.

The three-year, ID/IQ has a total potential value of $23 million.

With the deal in place, the firm will support preparation and delivery of durable laptops.

“General Dynamics will ensure we meet the Air Force’s strict requirements for preparing these ruggedized laptop computers for critical F-22A maintenance support, ” said Kenneth Hess, vice president and general manager of General Dynamics Information Technology’s Air Force – Joint Systems sector. “Leveraging our in-depth experience integrating, installing and testing software on U.S. Air Force strategic assets, we will streamline delivery and reduce costs.”

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