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General Dynamics Task Order to Support DHA Services Systems Program Executive Office

general dynamics logoTYSONS CORNER, VA, October 22,  2015 — The Defense Health Agency has awarded General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) a $23.2 million task order to provide production data processing, data validation operations and security for the Defense Health Services Systems Program Executive Office, ExecutiveBiz reported Wednesday.

The Defense Department said Tuesday the work commences in Falls Church, Virginia, with a one-year base period of performance plus option periods, and includes a six-month extension clause.

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