In today’s ever-changing market, new customer requirements are always emerging. Our goal is to put new solutions into the end-users’ hands as quickly as possible.
Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract vehicles are a key enabler to reach our ultimate goal and designed to provide maximum value, flexibility, and a streamlined competitive mechanism for Federal Government customers to buy General Dynamics products and solutions.
General Dynamics Mission Systems offers one GSA schedule. Purchases under this schedule can be made through GSA eBuy and GSA Advantage! or by issuing an RFQ to the General Dynamics email addresses below.Click Here For General GSA Inquiries
Schedule 70 / Information Technology (IT)
Professional services and products including Radio, Secure Network Data, and Satellite Communications
General Dynamics Mission Systems
- Contract GS-35F-0060N
- Period of Performance: 10/28/02 – 10/27/22
- Special Item Numbers (SIN):
- 132-8 Purchase of New Equipment
- 132-12 Maintenance of Equipment, Repair Services and/or Repair/Spare Parts
- 132-33 Perpetual Software Licenses
- 132-34 Maintaining Software as a Service
- 132-50 Training Courses
- 132-51 Information Technology Professional Services
- 132-55 Commercial Satellite Communications (COMSATCOM) Subscription Services
- 132-100 Ancillary Supplies and/or Services
- 70-500 Order-Level Materials
Submit RFI or RFQ to GS35F0060N@gd-ms.com
Other Contract Vehicles
ATSP is an advanced microelectronics engineering services – Indefinite Delivery / Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) Multiple Award Contract that is issued and administered by the Defense Microelectronics Activity (DMEA) in Sacramento, CA.
General Dynamics Mission Systems (Formerly General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems)
- Contract: HQ0727-16-D-0003
- Period of Performance: 4/1/2016 – 3/31/2026 (including options)
- Submit inquiries to Mark Weidman
ATSP Scope of Work includes:
- Trade studies, technology development and improvement
- Development of advanced technology solutions for new and existing DoD weapon systems
- New and current state-of-the-art technologies, products and processes
- All aspects of systems engineering, all phases of program development
- Hardware design, fabrication, assembly, testing, integration, prototyping and limited production
- Software design, analysis, coding, testing and verification
The Common Hardware Systems-4 (CHS-4) contract provides U.S. military and government users with rapid, affordable access to the latest rugged, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) and ‘purpose-built’ computers and network equipment. The contract enables more than 40 different military and government user-communities to purchase competitively-priced equipment in the shortest time possible.