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Bernie Guerry, chief operating officer of General Dynamics’ information technology business, said GDIT has consolidated over 50 facilities as well as data centers since the parent company closed its approximately $9.7B purchase of CSRA in April 2018, Inside Defense reported Friday. GDIT implemented a centralized operating framework for contracts, security, finance, human resources and other functions to "take advantage of scale and be able to move resources, scale resources when and where needed," he told reporters Thursday.

General Dynamics has initiated portfolio shaping efforts through its $9.7B acquisition of CSRA and recent move to divest its government call center business, the Washington Business Journal reported Wednesday. Maximus agreed earlier this month to purchase General Dynamics Information Technology’s federal citizen engagement centers for $400M in cash to expand its capabilities in citizen services delivery. General […] More
Former CSRA President and CEO Larry Prior, a four-time Wash100 winner, has joined the board of directors at McLean, Va.-based analytics services contractor Novetta. He is a public and private sector veteran with more than 30 years of intelligence, security, technology and defense program experience, Novetta said Tuesday.  “It’s an exciting time of growth at Novetta, and […] More
CSRA, a managed affiliate of General Dynamics‘ information technology business, has received a potential $65 million task order to provide IT support for the Environmental Protection Agency‘s local area network. The General Services Administration‘s Federal Systems Integration and Management Center awarded the order that covers work at more than 100 EPA offices for a period of up […] More
Google has added CSRA to its Cloud Partner Program as both companies aim to implement artificial intelligence-based technology platforms in the federal sector. CSRA said Thursday the Falls Church, Virginia-based company seeks to expand its government IT offerings through the partnership. The Google Cloud Platform and G Suite are designed to help customers modernize enterprise operations. “Our longstanding relationship with the federal government […] More
CSRA will compete for task orders to provide information technology engineering support services for the Department of Health and Human Services under a potential eight-year, $139 million blanket purchase agreement awarded in February. The company said Tuesday the Next-Generation IT Services engineering BPA covers unified communications and collaboration, enterprise mobile management, infrastructure, endpoint, email, facilities and print-server engineering […] More
CSRA has received a provisional authorization from the Defense Department to deploy and operate a cloud platform. The provisional Impact Level 5 Systems certification from DoD allows CSRA’s milCloud 2.0 to host military applications and national security platforms that store mission critical data and controlled unclassified information, the company said Tuesday. Larry Prior, CSRA president […] More
CSRA has received a potential five-year, $8.5 million blanket purchase agreement to provide cloud computing services to the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences. The company said Thursday it will provide USU access to Google‘s cloud offering, G Suite and Amazon Web Services’ cloud platform through the BPA that has a base term and four option years. Larry […] More
CSRA will introduce its cloud provisional portal and other service offerings intended for Defense Department customers during a three-day event hosted by Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association in San Diego. The Falls Church, Virginia-based information technology services contractor is also a platinum sponsor for this year’s AFCEA West conference and exposition that kicked off Tuesday, CSRA said Monday. CSRA […] More
John Dancy, senior vice president and chief information officer at CSRA, has joined the Wall Street Journal’s CIO Network. He will be part of the network that works to identify technology challenges and innovation opportunities, CSRA said Tuesday. Dancy is responsible for overseeing the Falls Church, Virginia-based contractor’s information technology program and ensuring the program aligns with strategic […] More
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