General Dynamics Information Technology, a business unit of the Falls Church, Va.-based General Dynamics, has been awarded a contract to support the U.S. Army Medical Department’s healthcare construction projects, including modernization of current Army medical facilities and transition to newly constructed facilities. The indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract, one of five awarded by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, has a total potential value of $409 million over four years if all options are exercised.
General Dynamics will provide troop-ready project support for planning, outfitting, and transitioning the staff and medical facilities associated with U.S. Army Medical Department healthcare construction projects. Under the contract, General Dynamics will provide interior design development, equipment needs assessments, relocation services, equipment installation and maintenance, and employee training.
The Corps of Engineers will manage those projects on behalf of the U.S. Army Medical Department Health Facilities Planning Agency, which includes all of the fixed hospitals, medical centers and clinics overseen by the U.S. Army Medical Command; all of dental facilities managed by the U.S. Dental Command; and all Armed Forces veterinary services supported by the U.S. Army Veterinary Command. The projects will be performed at U.S. Army medical facilities around the world in support of fiscal years 10-15 healthcare construction.
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