General Dynamics‘ (NYSE: GD) information technology business has received a potential $118M task order to provide information technology andÂ cybersecurity support across theÂ U.S. Army’s Department of Defense Information Network.
The company said Thursday it will performÂ DoDIN-A mission servicesÂ for Army Cyber Command,Â Network Enterprise Technology Command andÂ Chief Information Officer/G-6 as part of theÂ Cybersecurity and Network Operations Mission Support contract.
GDIT will monitor networks, surveil sensor grids, manage release and capability,Â classify incidents and ensure security compliance via the task order awarded under the General Services Administration’sÂ Alliant 2 vehicle.
Leigh Palmer, senior vice president for the defense division at GDIT, said the award reflects the unit’s ability to provideÂ workers and resources toÂ Fort Huachuca inÂ Sierra Vista, Ariz.
NETCOM will receive support from the company in the areas ofÂ interoperability, sustainment, systems engineering,Â infrastructure andÂ network operations.
The single-award task order hasÂ a five-month base period,Â four option years and an additional six-month extension.