ICE, ICE, Baby*: GD’s ICE2 IT Contract

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Click for dartboard size(click to view full) Back in 2003, General Dynamics won the Intelligence Information, Command and Control, Equipment and Enhancements (ICE2) contract to support and maintain critical intelligence and command and control systems and networks for U.S. defense and intelligence operations worldwide, as well as related government departments. A typical site supported through the ICE2 program could be outfitted with commercial-off-the-shelf data-handling equipment, command and control (C2) equipment, local area networks, wide area networks, secure and non-secure video systems, communication devices and intelligence exploitation equipment. The equipment at these sites is used to process information of varying security classifications, and many of the sites are sensitive facilities. The sites provide intelligence data to the National Command Authority and various civilian agencies and departments, including the Army, Navy, Air Force, Defense Intelligence Agency, Unified Commands, Marine Corps, Air Force, Coast Guard, National Imagery and Mapping Agency, and the Departments of State, Energy, and Treasury. ICE2 replaces the Intelligence Information Processing and Production (I2P2) contract; I2P2 and ICE2 are both managed under the Single Service Logistics Support Manager (SSLSM) program at Robins Air Force Base, GA, and General Dynamics was the 26-year incumbent on the SSLSM contracts. Now the contract’s […]

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