General Dynamics Wins Defense Acquisition University IT Support BPA

Jeff Brody

General Dynamics has won a potential $62M blanket purchase agreement from the Washington Headquarters Services to provide information technology support services for the Defense Acquisition University's learning programs.

A FedBizOpps award notice posted Friday says the BPA will involve data tracking and analysis, continual process improvement and independent learning asset verification and validation efforts.

The company will also help DAU implement, manage and sustain an integrated IT environment designed to address customer learning and support requirements.

DAU is located at Fort Belvoir in Virginia and responsible for coordinating the acquisition education and training program for more than 163K Department of Defense civilian and military and civilian procurement personnel worldwide. 

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