General Dynamics Secures $395M DHS Data Center Support Extension

General Dynamics‘ (NYSE: GD) information technology business will continue to provide managed hosting and professional services to a Department of Homeland Security-owned data center under a potential 18-month, $395.5 million indefinite-delivery/​indefinite-quantity contract.

An award notice posted Thursday on SAM.gov says GDIT will extend its operations support at the DHS Enterprise Data Center 1 while the department is preparing its new Data Center and Cloud Optimization contract.

DHS expects to complete the DCCO contracting process in the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2021.

The department started its formal solicitation process for the upcoming 10-year, $3.35B acquisition program that will encompass enterprise data center, colocation and cloud services to hybrid computing infrastructure.

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