Dec. 7 (UPI) — General Dynamics Information Technology, a industry unit of General Dynamics, has been awarded a support contract via the U.S. Air Force for a one-year, $47 million contract.
The deal, introduced via General Dynamics on Wednesday, was once made underneath the phrases of a unmarried award, indefinite supply, indefinite amount contract that faucets the corporate to supply “infrastructure, development and engineering support” to the U.S. Air Force. The contract contains growing and keeping up simulation tool and hardware for warfighter training, in accordance to the corporate.
A integrated caveat to the deal between the U.S. Air Force and General Dynamics is that the Air Force can workout an choice to lengthen the contract up to 4 years.
“General Dynamics remains at the forefront of developing state-of-the-art agile training solutions and services,” Dan Busby, vice chairman and common supervisor of General Dynamics Information Technology’s IT Services and Solutions sector, stated in a press unencumber.
“Training is essential for successful operations and we will provide simulation software and hardware solutions for live, virtual and constructive training necessary to prepare Air Force units for major combat operations.”
General Dynamics says paintings at the contract will happen at Kirtland Air Force Base in Albuquerque, N.M.