Having its roots in the 19th century Holland Torpedo Boat Company formed by John Philip Holland, the company was responsible for building the U.S. Navy’s first officially commissioned submarine, USS Holland. Renamed as The Electric Boat Company, it went on to produce six more of the same for the navy. The company has since then expanded into different territories like manufacturing aircraft, marine, missile, and finance among others, and renamed as General Dynamics for a better representation of all the verticals they serve.
GDIT, the company’s IT wing, pioneers in helping defense, homeland security, and intelligence agencies to accustom with the ever-changing and challenging world. The company utilizes AI for delivering a top-of-the-line experience with machine learning and data analytics powering their game. By preventing tax frauds and identifying threats, some of the most innovative and talented minds drive GDIT’s cyberthreat detection. With Microsoft Azure, Google, and AWS as cloud partners, GDIT’s cloud system streamlines operations and cost, operates from strategy to security, enables migration and maintenance, and has been continually improving its infrastructure to stay ahead in the competition. NetOwl, a text-analyzing suite of tools with NLP to counter-terrorism and securing borders, helps with information extraction for critical security purposes.
GDIT prioritizes the development of cybersecurity and thus doesn’t shy away from collaborating with other companies.
By securing alliances with more than 300 cybersolutions in respectable heights, GDIT builds powerful products that ensure its clients successfully overcome challenges, through automation, blockchain, machine learning, and AI.
With over a century of experience in defense manufacturing, General Dynamics understands better than anyone, the requirement of sturdy solutions to equip the hardware
GDIT’s insights, whether real-time and mission-focused or on cyberthreats involving confidential information, empowers its users with actionable data, driving decision-making. The data platform is customized, and it normalizes and governs data sets for increased availability, privacy, and security. For combating internal and external threats, GDIT provides transformative big data solutions. It provides a comprehensive package with a cloud architecture for scaling, AI and data science for automation and prediction, and enterprise data management for on-demand auto-scaling. GDIT also provides data warehousing for democratizing data and reducing the action gap between data acquisition and decision-making.
Enterprise IT solutions from GDIT display the team’s proficiency and an accumulated 50 years of experience. Combine that with the evolving technology and innovation, GDIT’s enterprise-scale systems solve the needs of clients by reducing costs and increasing efficiency. By partnering with major government agencies, GDIT has accelerated the shift from legacy infrastructure to the most modern applications and services.
GDIT is currently focused on the recently won $49 million worth contract for providing AI solutions to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and will continue supporting CMS’s Benefits Coordination and Recovery Center for an upgraded contract value of $276.5 million.