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  • Join us at Women + Technology, A Formula for Success to hear a keynote by Teresa Carlson of Amazon Web Services and speakers from Oracle, HPE and General Dynamics IT, among others. This event will empower women IT professionals, college students, veterans & military spouses with actionable tools, knowledge and networking skills to grow their careers. The event is powered by General Dynamics IT, in partnership with HPE.

    Sign up now at http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQQV4, space is limited.

    Women + Technology, A Formula for Success - Bizzabo

    Women + Technology, A Formula for Success is a one day summit with the goal of empowering women IT professionals, college students, veterans & military spouses. Attendees of the event will walk away with actionable tools, knowledge and networking skills to grow their careers. The event is powered by General Dynamics IT, in partnership with HPE.

  • Next generation 9-1-1 enables better geographic location accuracy and more rapid call routing. Read how we partnered with Massachusetts to instantaneously route landline, mobile and VOIP calls to enable more rapid and resilient emergency response. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQQPm

    How NG9-1-1 Improves Emergency Response

    Most Public Safety Access Points (PSAPs), the first-response call centers that handle 9-1-1 calls are still reliant on data bases that link landline phone numbers to fixed addresses. But in a world where four out of five emergency calls originate from mobile phones, that's no longer good enough.

  • General Dynamics IT was awarded the Sustainment of Meteorology, Oceanographic and Geospatial Information and Services Programs, Systems and Information Systems contract from the U.S. Navy. Read more:

    GD to Provide Cybersecurity and IT Support

    Company will continue to assist the U.S. Navy with secure and accurate battlespace environmental forecasts to ensure mission success.

  • General Dynamics IT's Jeff Beelman discusses customer experience in a new CIO Review piece. Read "The Contact Center of the Future: Embracing Culture and Advanced Technologies to Enhance Customer Experience" now -

    The Contact Center of the Future: Embracing Culture and Advanced Technologies to Enhance Customer Experience

    The Contact Center of the Future: Embracing Culture and Advanced Technologies to Enhance Customer Experience By Jeff Beelman, Contact Center Solution Architect, General Dynamics Information Technology [NYSC: GD] - Calling a company's customer service line might require navigating a series of cumbersome questions by pushing numbers on...

  • Learn more about #GDIT supply chain management offerings:

    Logistics & Supply Chain Management

    GDIT supports agencies in rapidly procuring items, efficiently managing inventory and securely delivering sensitive assets to hundreds of posts worldwide, including high-threat and isolated locations.

  • With the balance of power shifting from organizations to customers agencies must continue making strides to embrace customer experience. See the five steps to implementing a successful CX program #GDITCX http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQiJ5

  • Citizens expect to interact with organizations and access services in a way they prefer - at a time they are available and in a manner that fits their individual need. Through effective citizen journey design, technology and real-time analytics, government agencies can deliver efficient and personal experiences. Learn more about GDITCX now:

    CX Solutions

    Customer experience - how citizens perceive their interactions with agencies - is based on how successful the interaction is, the ease with which the interaction is completed and how engaged the customer was during the interaction. This relies on a scalable and flexible platform, combining technology, people, processes and customer insight.

  • David Dietrich, GDIT's section vice president of software and global solutions, is quoted in a recent Newport Daily News article about our contract with the U.S. Army and Department of Defense.

    General Dynamics business unit awarded contract

    MIDDLETOWN - A business unit of General Dynamics was awarded a $45 million contract to develop modeling software that determines the potential fallout from a military strike or environmental disaster. The Department of Defense will use the software, called the Joint Effects Model, to show the "effects of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear weapon strikes" and toxic spills, according to a company statement announcing the contract.

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