GDIT Secures $518M Army Task for Global Logistics Support
GDIT said it will provide sustainment and maintenance services in support of joint U.S. and coalition forces in Army Field Support Brigade regions.
GDIT President Amy Gilliland, a member of the Potomac Officers Club and five-time Wash100 winner, said that the program will draw on expertise and resources from across the company.
Headquartered at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, CECOM serves as the Army’s sustainment hub for its command, control communications, computers, cyber, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities. The organization delivers C5ISR weapon systems, business systems and medical solutions, according to its website.
GDIT said it will support CECOM’s mission by enabling existing and future C5ISR capabilities as well as by expanding the company’s deployment of Army logistics hardware and software worldwide.
Work under the Worldwide Field Support task order may begin following the resolution of two bid protests, GDIT said, citing a Government Accountability Office announcement in December.
GDIT offers capabilities in artificial intelligence, cloud, cyber, data, high-performance computing and wireless technology to government, defense and intelligence customers.
The General Services Administration recently awarded GDIT a $695 million contract to provide IT services to U.S. Army Europe.
The USAREUR Enterprise Mission IT Services contract calls for enterprise IT, communications and mission command services and support for NATO and other forward-deployed forces.
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