General Dynamics Information Technology has secured a contract from the US Army Medical Command to provide professional training and operations services.
The company is the business arm of General Dynamics.
With a potential value of approximately $58.9m, the contract has been awarded to support the US Army Reserve regional training sites-medical programme.
Under the deal, General Dynamics will be responsible for delivering customised medical training and exercises.
General Dynamics Information Technology Professional Services and Training Solutions sector vice-president and general manager Rich Farinacci said: “General Dynamics is a global leader in delivering military training capabilities that help strengthen readiness.
“Our highly experienced team will provide integrated combat health and logistical support training to meet vital army reserve medical requirements.”
The single-award contract includes a one-year base period with four provisional option years.
Services under the project will be carried out at more than 15 locations across the US.
In November last year, General Dynamics Information Technology received a mission training complex capabilities support contract with a top value of approximately $975m.
Awarded by the US Army Contracting Command, the indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract has an ordering period of five years.
To date, General Dynamics has provided mission command and integrated training support to more than half of the US Army Mission Training Complexes, in addition to the US Army Reserve Command.