General Dynamics Awarded $42 Million to Support FBI Computer Forensic Networks

General Dynamics Awarded $42 Million to Support FBI Computer Forensic Networks

PR Newswire

FAIRFAX, Va., Dec. 12, 2012

FAIRFAX, Va., Dec. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- General Dynamics Information
Technology, a business unit of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), was awarded a task
order to provide information technology services to the Federal Bureau of
Investigation's (FBI) Computer Analysis Response Team Storage Area Network
(CARTSAN). The CARTSAN environment provides FBI personnel with the necessary
infrastructure to efficiently and effectively acquire, process and present
latent digital information contained within physical evidence. The task order
has a potential value of $42.2 million over five years.

Under this task order, General Dynamics will be responsible for maintenance
and administrative operations needed to support the Computer Analysis Response
Team – Forensic Analysis Unit's Forensic Networks Program and other forensic
programs. The company will provide systems administration, computer
engineering, program management, application programming and integration and
system security engineering, including cyber security. General Dynamics is
hiring more than 30 employees to support this task order in Quantico, Va., the
Washington, D.C., metropolitan area and field offices across the United
States.

"General Dynamics has extensive experience providing federal agencies with IT
services that guarantee secure information exchanges," said Marcus Collier,
senior vice president of the Health and Civilian Solutions division for
General Dynamics Information Technology. "We look forward to continuing our
relationship with the FBI to deliver cost-effective and innovative IT
solutions that enable the agency to increase efficiencies and improve computer
forensic processing programs nationwide."

This task order was awarded under the FBI Information Technology Supplies and
Support Services (FBI IT Triple S) contract. FBI IT Triple S is an
eight-year, $30 billion multiple-award, indefinite delivery, indefinite
quantity contract awarded in October 2010 that is available to all Department
of Justice agencies. General Dynamics was previously awarded three task
orders under IT Triple S to deliver information assurance and security
services for the FBI's Digital Evidence Section, to operate and maintain the
FBI's Enterprise Management System (EMS) and to support virtual server
platforms and thin client configurations in enterprise-wide FBI environments.

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