General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT)
Functional Area - 3.2 Engineering, Systems Engineering and Process Engineering Support
Zone 3: This contract provides engineering, analytical, and technical support for various Navy programs that have been established to achieve Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) among and between electronic/electric systems and/or equipments. Specific technical areas or programs addressed include: (1) Shipboard Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Support; (2) EMC System Engineering for JTIDS; (3) Missile System (E3/EMC); (4) Composite Material Shipboard Utilization; (5) Cooperative Engagement Capability EMC; (6) E3/EMC Support for Ship New Construction and Overhaul, Systems Development, Topside Design, and Ship Self Defense System (SSDS); and (7) Analyses and Out Year Planning. GDIT investigates problems, recommends solutions, and develops and installs fixes to provide the warfighter with systems that work as designed.
Zones 1 & 6: This contract supports the Tactical Training Group, Pacific (TTGP or TACTRAGRUPAC) Information Systems Branch with Distributed Training Network Configuration and Administration. It defines the Automated Data Processing (ADP) network services used in support of Fleet Synthetic Training (FST) Events/Exercises. Work is performed primarily at Tactical Training Group, Pacific, and includes sites in the following Fleet Concentration Areas: Naval Base San Diego; Naval Air Station North Island; Everett, WA; Pearl Harbor, HI; and Yokosuka, Japan; Sasebo, Japan. The scope includes network services: administration, configuration, management, maintenance, and troubleshooting. It also includes equipment logistics support, help desk support, and FST support services.
Functional Area - 3.5 System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support
Zone 2: These contracts provide administrative, analytical and programmatic support to the Navy’s Ballistic Missile Program. The GDIT team provides programmatic, technical, administrative, and test support to the Standard Missile Program. This includes, but is not be limited to, E3 documentation review, test planning, test documentation, and test reports. This team also attends selected meetings including Electromagnetic Compatibility Advisory Board (EMCABS) and design reviews. Finally they participate in E3 testing on ships, at government facilities, and private industrial facilities.
Zone 6: See Reference FA-3.2.
Functional Area - 3.6 Software Engineering, Development, Programming and Network Support
Zone 6: This contract provides program management and engineering support services for the Airborne Networking & Integration, Multifunctional Information Distribution System-Low Volume Terminal (MIDS LVT) and the Multifunctional Information Distribution System Joint Tactical Radio System (MIDS JTRS) International Program Office, PMW 780. PMW 780 provides detailed expertise, technical knowledge, and support services for acquisition, engineering, configuration and data management, and logistics, as necessary to design, develop, qualify, procure and integrate MIDS-LVT and MIDS JTRS terminals into the International, Joint and U.S. Naval Command, Control, Communications, Computer, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) architecture.
Functional Area - 3.7 Reliability, Maintainability and Availability (RM&A) Support
Zone 6: See Reference Functional Area – 3.6.
Functional Area - 3.8 Human Factors, Performance and Usability Engineering Support
Zone 3: See Reference Functional Area-3.2.
Functional Area - 3.9 System Safety Engineering Support
N00178-04-D-4012/22, (Zone 3): GDIT is an integral player in the Smart Ship and Engineering for Reduced Maintenance programs. GDIT reviews and updates technical guidance manuals and instructions, and writes and updates test plans and procedures for use by the Fleet and naval warfare center divisions to effectively manage their EMC posture. GDIT provides support for Weapon System Explosive Safety Review Board (WSESRB) and missile firing panels, and assists in creating and reviewing Test and Evaluation Master Plans (TEMPs), Operational Requirements Documents (ORDs) and Mission Needs Statements (MNSs).
Functional Area - 3.10 Configuration Management (CM) Support
Zone 6: See Reference Functional Area-3.2.
Functional Area - 3.14 Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support
Zone 3: See Reference Functional Area 3.2.
Functional Area - 3.18 Training Support
Zone 6: The GDIT Air Force Team has the lead for the Air Force Simulation, Training, Experimentation task whose scope is exceptionally broad. GDIT is intimately involved in providing professional services and world-class modeling and simulation support across the Headquarters Air Force Directorate of Operational Plans and Joint Matters, AF/A5X. The directorate is responsible for development of operational strategy, concepts and doctrine; operational/regional politico-military analysis, capabilities and operational concepts assessments; war mobilization planning; development of war gaming and experimentation cutting edge modeling and simulation tools; conduct of Air Force Title 10, Service and interagency war gaming; administration of the Senior Mentor portion of the Air Force Operational Command Training program (OCTP); and other associated services relative to operational plans and joint matters as assigned.
Functional Area - 3.20 Program Support
Zone 2: See Reference FA – 3.2.