General Dynamics IT Unit Books $338M in VA File Conversion, Automation Support Orders

General Dynamics IT Unit Books $338M in VA File Conversion, Automation Support Orders

General Dynamics’ (NYSE: GD) information technology business unit has received potential five-year task orders worth $338.4M combined to provide various resource processing services to the Department of Veterans Affairs, G2Xchange Health reported Monday.

The $307M indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity award, which falls under the Veterans Intake, Conversion and Communication Services contract, covers file conversion services including mail management and materials tracking in support of the Veterans Benefits Administration’s Office of Business and Process Integration.

GDIT also secured a $31.4M task order under the VICCS IDIQ award to automate the processing of incoming mail for VBA’s benefit claims office, according to the report.

The company won a spot on the potential $900M VICCS contract in September 2019.

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