GDIT to Develop Identity, Credential & Access Management Platform Under $162M DISA OTA; Amy Gilliland Quoted

 

General Dynamics’ (NYSE: GD) information technology business has secured a potential five-year, $162 million other transaction authority agreement from the Defense Information Systems Agency to build and deploy an identity, credential and access management platform for Department of Defense applications.

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GDIT said Wednesday it will continue to integrate DOD’s financial management applications into the ICAM system and expand the platform to cover non-financial management apps under the Phase III production OTA, which has a one-year base term and four option years.

The ICAM platform has automation capabilities and will enable interoperability to facilitate secure information sharing with other agencies and speed up decision-making processes in support of Joint All-Domain Command and Control.

“DoD and DISA’s enterprise ICAM solution will serve as a critical pillar of its cybersecurity strategy and ultimate push toward a zero-trust architecture,” said Amy Gilliland, president of GDIT.

“As a foundational element of JADC2, it is also key to DoD’s vision of a connected joint force. We are looking forward to partnering with the DoD to achieve this vision,” Gilliland added.

The company also worked on the ICAM program’s first and second phases, which involved the development of a pilot prototype.

Executive Mosaic, parent organization of GovCon Wire, has featured GDIT President Amy Gilliland among the 2022 Wash100 most significant contributors in the government contracting sector. Cast a vote for Gilliland as one of your favorite GovCon leaders.

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