General Dynamics said the move should start increasing its earnings per share in 2012.
Maryland-based NETCONN will join General Dynamics’ IT business unit, GDIT.
NETCONN supports net-centric IT operations, including data center infrastructure, value engineering, information assistance and edge computing. It is a prime contractor on the Defense Department’s ENCORE II indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.
“NETCONN’s capabilities and relationships will bolster General Dynamics’ strong portfolio of services and solutions aimed at helping the Defense Department cut costs and increase efficiency while meeting large-scale, enterprise IT requirements, ” said Dan Johnson, president of GDIT.