General Dynamics gets $2 billion ICE2 contract

The Air Force awarded its nearly $2 billion ICE2 contract to General Dynamics Corp.

The four-year Intelligence Information, Command and Control Equipment and Enhancement contract, with two three-year options, covers information technology equipment and technical support to the defense and intelligence communities.

General Dynamics will provide preventive and remedial maintenance of hardware and inventory management of commercial, modified commercial and special-design equipment, the company announced Wednesday.

The equipment is used by the Defense Department Intelligence Information System and command and control communities to support intelligence and command and control operations, and to provide intelligence data to the National Command Authorities and others.

Among those being supported by the $1.95 billion contract: The Air Force, Army, Navy, Defense Intelligence Agency, National Imagery and Mapping Agency, National Reconnaissance Office and departments of State, Energy and Treasury.


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