General Dynamics wins $184m IT services contract for US Army Europe

17 May 2016 (Last Updated May 17th, 2016 18:30)

General Dynamics has been contracted by General Services Administration to provide enterprise information technology (IT) services to the US Army Europe (USAREUR) for a period of five years.

General Dynamics has been contracted by the general services administration to provide enterprise information technology (IT) services to the US Army Europe (USAREUR) for a five-year period.

Valued at around $184m, the Theater Mission Command Contract II (TMCC II) requires the company to provide IT services for mission command networks and systems that support USAREUR, joint, coalition, and Nato operations.

The single-award task order includes the delivery of IT and technical service management, systems engineering, data protection, cross domain solutions and information exchange in locations across Germany, Italy and the Balkans.

"TMCC II will deliver mission-critical IT services to support the operational requirements of the USAREUR warfighter and NATO coalition partners."

General Dynamics information technology's intelligence solutions division senior vice president Bernie Guerry said: "General Dynamics has extensive experience providing mission support to defence intelligence agencies, with a particular emphasis on enterprise communications, cyber defence, systems accreditation and IT services.

"TMCC II will deliver mission-critical IT services to support the operational requirements of the USAREUR warfighter and NATO coalition partners."

This contract was awarded to General Dynamics One Source, a joint venture of General Dynamics's information technology and mission systems businesses.

General Dynamics has been supporting the US Department of Defense for the past 40 years by providing global support to the US Armed Forces.

The company said that it will continue to assist USAREUR's mission to improve the readiness of US Armed Forces operating in Europe.