Common Hardware Systems (CHS)
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Common Hardware Systems-4 (CHS-4)
CHS-4 provides commercial and rugged computers, network hardware equipment, power subsystems and peripheral devices, for tactical warfighter requirements, to U.S. Department of Defense customers worldwide.
Through the CHS-4 contract, General Dynamics Mission Systems provides Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force tactical warfighters with next-generation computers, printers, displays, power supplies, and network and communications equipment. The contract enables more than 40 different military and government user-communities to purchase competitively-priced equipment in the shortest time possible.
For more information or support, visit our CHS-4 website or call us at (888) 483-2427.
Common Hardware/Software III (CHS-3)
Through this contract, General Dynamics Mission Systems provides Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force tactical computer users with next-generation commercial and ruggedized workstations, plus associated hardware and software. All other federal agencies are also eligible to purchase computer products and services under the contract.
For more information & support, visit our CHS-3 website
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