Limbrick, Sarah
January 2010
Computer Weekly;1/12/2010, p29
Trade Publication
The article reports that over a 4bn pounds contract for the U.S. Ministry of Defense, defense contractor General Dynamics Corp. has begun legal proceedings in a row. In the dispute over a contract to provide services as part of the Defense Information Infrastructure (DII) project, General Dynamics is demanding more than 1.7m pound from Hewlett Packard subsidiary EDS Defense. EDS is being sued General Dynamics for payment of 1,739,677.67 pound plus interest.


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