General Dynamics awarded Army cybersecurity contract

By Jaspreet Gill / December 12, 2019 at 2:37 PM

General Dynamics Information Technology announced today it was awarded a $118 million Army cybersecurity and network operations mission support contract, or ADCNOMS.

According to a GDIT press release, the company will support the Network Enterprise Technology Command, Army Cyber Command and the office of the chief information officer (G-6) with ADCNOMS.

"Through this award, GDIT will support NETCOM's current and future operations, network operations, infrastructure, systems engineering, sustainment and interoperability. The work will include real-time network monitoring, security compliance, incident/problem triage, sensor grid monitoring, release management and capability management," the press release stated.

The release said Army NETCOM had faced challenges with addressing enterprise issues globally and securing highly specialized staff at Ft. Huachuca, AZ.

The contract includes a five-month base period with four 12-month option periods and one six-month extension.