General Dynamics‘ (NYSE: GD) information technology business has receivedÂ a potential five-year, $491M blanket purchase agreement from the Defense Information Systems Agency to support DISAâs Joint Service Provider Enterprise Transport Management-Next Generation program.
GDIT said Tuesday it will continue to operate, manage, deploy and maintain network infrastructure of the Pentagon and other JSP clients in support of their mission requirements.
Leigh Palmer, a senior vice presidentÂ andÂ head of defense divisionÂ at GDIT, said the BPA allows the company to continue to maintain DISA’s enterprise IT program and help warfighters achieve tech superiority.
The BPA has a one-year base term and four option years and was awarded through the General Services Administrationâs IT Schedule 70 contract vehicle.
Since May 2014, GDIT has been supporting the JSP ETM-NG program’s forerunner.