General Dynamics’ Mission Systems Unit Expands Canberra, Australia Office; Chris Marzilli Comments

Chris Marzilli

General Dynamics‘ mission systems business has expanded its business and  engineering resource center in Canberra, Australia, as part of growth efforts.

The expanded GDMS facility at Brindabella Park is close to the Australian defense department’s capability, acquisition and sustainment group office and houses the company’s Mediaware digital video processing operations, General Dynamics said Friday.

Chris Marzilli, GDMS president and a 2018 Wash100 recipient, said the company works with the Australian DoD to support its defense modernization goals.

The business modernized its Canberra facility to add workspace, meeting rooms and areas for collaboration and engineering activities.

GDMS maintains more than 100 locations globally and employs approximately 13,000 professionals who help customers address technology and security challenges.

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