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GDIT to Provide Training Support Under $160M Army Task Order

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GDIT to Provide Training Support Under $160M Army Task Order

The U.S. Army Contracting Command has awarded General Dynamics Information Technology a $160 million task order for soldier training support services.

GDIT will provide individual and collective training for over 200,000 soldiers at the Army III Armored Corps. The contractor will integrate live, virtual and constructive training, ensuring that warfighters are exposed to immersive environments that emulate complex scenarios to enhance effectiveness. GDIT will also provide technical and logistics support services.

The contract was issued in December under the five-year, $975 million Mission Training Complex Capabilities Support II indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, GDIT said Thursday.

The award expands GDIT’s work for the U.S. government, winning several awards for various tasks in recent months.

In January, Customs and Border Protection awarded GDIT a spot on a potential 14-year, $1.8 billion IDIQ for surveillance systems modernization. GDIT will have the chance to compete for contracts to modernize CBP’s Consolidated Tower & Surveillance Equipment system, introduce new sensing and wireless networking solutions and integrate automation and artificial intelligence solutions to improve Border Patrol personnel’s situational awareness.

In November, GDIT secured a potential 10-year, $2.5 billion IDIQ from the Indian Health Service to modernize the agency’s Oracle Health electronic health record system.

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