Normal Dynamics Data Expertise (GDIT), a enterprise unit of Normal Dynamics (NYSE:GD), introduced at present that it was awarded the Europe-Extensive Data Expertise and Enterprise Community (EITEN) contract by the 764th Enterprise Sourcing Squadron at Ramstein Air Base, Germany. The one-award, indefinite supply/indefinite amount contract (IDIQ) has a complete ceiling of $908 million with a five-year base interval and a three-year choice.

“This contract will equip airmen throughout Europe with the data, instruments and knowledge they should mobilize and function at anyplace and any time,” stated Brian Sheridan, senior vice chairman for GDIT’s Protection Division. “Consolidating a number of mission-critical companies below a single contract may even enable for better velocity, flexibility and accessibility of IT companies wanted throughout the area.”


GDIT will assist IT and community programs operated by the U.S. Air Forces in Europe. Particular person process orders will embody modernizing and supporting present infrastructure, networks, programs, operations and upkeep, cybersecurity, in addition to managing new necessities and rising know-how. Providers will happen at varied amenities in Germany, United Kingdom, Italy, Turkey, and the remainder of Europe.

Normal Dynamics Company (GD) is an American publicly traded, aerospace and protection company headquartered in Reston, Virginia. As of 2019, it was the fifth-largest protection contractor in the USA, and the sixth-largest on this planet, by gross sales. The corporate is a Fortune 100 firm, and was ranked No. 83 in 2020. Normal Dynamics is organized into 4 enterprise teams: Aerospace, Marine Programs, Fight Programs and Applied sciences.