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Navy Awards $160M ONE-Net IT Services Contract Modification to General Dynamics

General Dynamics‘ (NYSE: GD) information technology business has received a potential $159.6M contract modification to continue to provide IT services for the U.S. Navy‘s naval enterprise network outside the continental U.S.

The ONE-Net contract modification has a one-year base term worth $78.8M and an option that could extend work through May 2020, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.

The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract originally awarded in 2017 is set to expire in January and was inherited by General Dynamics from CSRA, which the former acquired in April.

ONE-Net covers IT services such as secret internet protocol router network and non-classified internet protocol router network access, mobile access, desktop support and network connectivity and security.

General Dynamics Information Technology will perform work at Navy and U.S. Marine Corps facilities in Bahrain, Guam, Greece, Italy, Japan, Poland, Romania, Singapore, South Korea, Spain and United Arab Emirates.

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