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As a trusted systems integrator for more than 50 years, General Dynamics Information Technology provides information technology (IT), systems engineering, professional services and simulation and training to customers in the defense, federal civilian government, health, homeland security, intelligence, state and local government and commercial sectors. Headquartered in Fairfax, Va., with major offices worldwide, the company delivers IT enterprise solutions, manages large-scale, mission-critical IT programs and provides mission support services.
Along with Mission Systems, General Dynamics IT forms the Information Systems and Technology (IS&T) business group. IS&T and the Aerospace, Combat Systems and Marine Systems groups make up General Dynamics Corp.
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People and technology have the power to solve the most complex problems and advance business outcomes. With a career at GDIT you will work with leading IT professionals on solutions that make a difference. From securing our nation’s most sensitive systems, to enabling digital transformation and cloud adoption, we’re at the forefront of helping organizations address their challenges and advance initiatives. Not ready to apply? Join our talent network to receive updates on new opportunities.
At GDIT, we are proud to work alongside customers driving several of the most mission-critical programs across the Department of Defense. As one of the top 100 veteran-friendly companies, we recognize and value the unique experience and expertise that veterans have to offer. Our long history of supporting the U.S. Military also encompasses service members both in and out of uniform. Support to the U.S. military, active and reserve, is at the core of what our employees do on a day to day basis. We are proud of our commitment to servicemen and women, and of our programs and benefits that support our military employees.
GDIT has a diverse business portfolio providing state-of-the-art IT solutions and services for Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, state, local and foreign governments, commercial and wireless customers around the world.
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For more than half a century, GDIT has been a trusted partner providing IT services and mission solutions to the Intelligence Community and Department of Defense. Our flexible, lifecycle solutions ensure that we meet our customer’s unique requirements anytime, anywhere and for any mission.
Driving mission success is our first priority. Our people are our biggest asset, helping our customers solve the most complex problems to meet mission goals. Apply for a position with us to work with leading IT professionals on solutions that make a difference to our Nation.
We are currently hiring at all clearance levels for a variety of programs, supporting our customers’ missions. In some cases we will sponsor clearances or clearance upgrades.
Why Work on our Cleared Programs?
At General Dynamics IT, we want our team members to lead fulfilling and meaningful careers in the Health and Civilian sector. Our organization impacts millions of lives on a global scale. From securing our nation’s most sensitive systems to connecting Americans to critical services, our employees are making a lasting impression.
I have been working at General Dynamics Information Technology full-time (More than 10 years)
GDIT has a Great Team consisting of experienced and knowledgeable managers who care for their employees. I have found the company to be a solid partner in my career, with an abundance of opportunities for advancement over the years.
The typical cons of any large scale company. Big companies have to have oversight on programs that small companies do not. There are reasons that employees need to fill out paperwork for expenditures; hint: it's not because the company hates you :)
Advice to Management
Focus on quality people, try to reduce as much as possible the big-company burdens and bureaucracy, and invest in your employees!
I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at General Dynamics Information Technology (Fort Belvoir, VA) in February 2017.
I was contacted in early January asking if I was still interested in the research assistant position, and that the recruiter was pushing my resume forward to the hiring manager. I didn't hear back from GDIT until late February. They were surprised that I was still available and interested, and invited me for an interview the next day. I came in and met with multiple staff members - managers, doctors, HR, and research assistants and went over my research one step at a time, followed by questions about the position and my interest and abilities. It was very relaxed and everyone was extremely friendly! Afterwards they showed me around the building and asked if I had anymore questions before leaving. I was contacted the day after and offered a position.
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