General Dynamics Unit Lands $94M Contract for Software Devt Support to HHS Division

A business unit of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) has received a potential five-year, $94 million contract for software development life cycle services to a Department of Health and Human Services division that provides federal healthcare services to Alaska Native and American Indian people.

General Dynamics Information Technology will design, develop, analyze, test and secure applications for the Indian Health Service‘s Resource and Patient Management System under the single-award contract, the company said Monday.

GDIT will perform contract-related work in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area.

The company has provided information technology support to HHS’ Health Care Quality Improvement System, Chronic Condition Data Warehouse, Drug Data Processing System, Payment Reconciliation System and Retiree Drug Subsidy program.

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