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General Dynamics wins $900 million contract to build the consolidated headquarters technology infrastructure.
The Supreme Court ruled neither the government or the two contractors sued by the government (and who sued back) are due any money because state secrets were involved.
Defense budget cuts hit close to home for 112 General Dynamics employees. Learn more in today's DoD Report
The 2011 budget is re-energizing Navy ship building. The service will spend more than a billion dollars to build a new submarine.
U.S. Navy awarded General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems a $17.9 million contract to produce Type-3 advanced mission computers (AMC) for the F/A-18E/F and E/A-18G Super Hornet aircraft.
Four of the nation's largest government contractors have won Navy task orders under a multiple-award, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract with a total potential value of $204 million over five years if all options are exercised.
General Dynamics Information Technology, Fairfax, Va., is being awarded a single $83,587,512 firm-fixed-price contract for Special Operations Forces information technology enterprise contracts enterprise network services in support of U.S. Special Operations Command.
Navy isseus contracts to examine the science, architecture, engineering, functionality, interface and interoperability of cyberspace operations systems, services and capabilities at the tactical, operational and strategic levels.
The Washington Post reports that some of the budgetary cutbacks could mean a second chance for older defense systems.