Under a new $298 million contract, General Dynamics IT will continue work it picked up through the CSRA acquisition in 2018.
General Dynamics IT has secured a nearly $300 million contract with the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts that dates back to one of its predecessor companies.
GDIT will support the court’s case management systems office through a $298 million blanket purchase agreement. The company picked up the work through its acquisition of CSRA in 2018.
Work with the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts dates back 25 years.
“This contract gives us another opportunity to further advance its mission,” John Ludecke, GDIT’s vice president and general manager for civilian, said in a release.
GDIT will provide application development, solutions architecture, operations and engineering, and cybersecurity support services.
The company will use a development, security and operations approach (DevSecOps) to secure and accelerate software delivery, GDIT said. ActioNet is the primary teammate on the contract.
GDIT won the BPA in May.
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