G2X TAKE: GDIT, specializing in helping the Government address challenges through the application of technology and services, and a longtime partner to the EPA, recently beat out four other bidders to be awarded a new 5-year, $51M contract in support of the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) ENERGY STAR program. The contract was competed and awarded using GSA IT-70.
- This win continues GDIT’s nearly two decades of experience in support of the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) ENERGY STAR program, to include providing IT infrastructure, systems and application support, as well as providing full lifecycle software development, website development and maintenance, infrastructure management and technical customer support. More here.
- The ENERGY STAR Infrastructure is a non-sensitive and unclassified system that provides computing and hosting services, enabling EPA to fulfill its mission to protect human health and the environment. Information contained on the ENERGY STAR website includes standards, and policies and procedures for providing energy efficient solutions for commercial and personal use. Infrastructure that supports the ENERGY STAR system is provided as a contractor-run system that is operated by General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT), which is housed in a Commercial Data Center in Northern Virginia. Source: EPA More here.
- GDIT has been continuing to build out and reposition its talent over the past year or so, to include recruiting John Slota to serve as Vice President and Chief Growth Officer; tapping industry leader Robert Smallwood, Jr as Vice President for Digital Modernization and Enterprise IT; adding David Sullivan as Senior Director leading Capture Management; and tapping Dr. Matthew McFadden as Vice President for Cyber and Distinguished Technologist.
- GDIT was named to the list of NXT UP firms poised to make big waves in the Federal sector for years to come and they were one of the companies named to Forbes’ Best Management Consulting Firms for 2020.