General Dynamics Mission Systems–Canada Secures $1.3B for Canadian Army's C4ISR System

Contracts Encompass System of Systems Engineering, Network Sustainment, Applications, and ISTAR Support
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  • 04:41 AM, December 21, 2023
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General Dynamics Mission Systems–Canada Secures $1.3B for Canadian Army's C4ISR System

General Dynamics Mission Systems–Canada has confirmed today that it has been granted four contracts by the Government of Canada, totaling up to CA$1.68 billion ($1.3 billion).

The contracts are designated to provide support for the Land Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) system utilized by the Canadian Army.

The four contracts are focused on the Land Command Support System (LCSS) for the Canadian Army. They cover System of Systems Engineering & Integration, Core Network Sustainment Services, Applications Sustainment Services, and Intelligence, Surveillance, Target Acquisition, and Reconnaissance (ISTAR). Each contract addresses specific aspects within the broader framework of the Canadian Army's C4ISR system, emphasizing General Dynamics Mission Systems–Canada's pivotal role in enhancing defense capabilities.

These contracts underline General Dynamics Mission Systems–Canada's significant role in enhancing and maintaining critical components of the Canadian Army's C4ISR capabilities. The cumulative value of these contracts underscores the substantial investment made by the Government of Canada in advancing and sustaining its defense communication and intelligence systems.

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