General Dynamics [GD] won a potential six-year, $628.6 million task order from the General Services Administration (GSA) to provide information technology (IT) support related to the Department of Homeland Security’s headquarters campus at the former St. Elizabeth’s hospital in Washington, D.C.
GD’s One Source joint venture between its IT and Mission Systems businesses was the only awardee for the St. Elizabeths Technology Services task order, which was awarded last December. GD announced the contract in late March.
Under the award, GD One Source will provide IT services, operations and maintenance, testing, requirements analysis and design, logistics, and transitional services for the IT systems and services on the St. Elizabeth’s campus.
GD’s teammates for the work include CACI International [CACI] and the electrical design-build and systems integration firm M.C. Dean, Inc.
In 2011, GD won an $867 million task order to support the relocation of DHS headquarters and provide IT infrastructure.
“General Dynamics continues to be a leader in providing and delivering large-scale campus IT modernization,” Dan Busby, vice president and general manager of GD IT’s IT Services and Solutions sector.