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GD Mission Systems announces expansion

General Dynamics Mission Systems has revealed it has opened a new office and engineering resource centre in Canberra.

General Dynamics Mission Systems has revealed it has opened a new office and engineering resource centre in Canberra.

General Dynamics Mission Systems (GD) has confirmed the new business and engineering centre has been launched in Brindabella Park, Canberra.

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The location is home to the company’s commercial Mediaware business, which is a modernised and enhanced office space, holding meeting rooms and areas for engineering and collaboration, according to GD.

The location is also adjacent to the Department of Defence Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group and Canberra airport.

Speaking about the decision to open the new centre in Canberra, Chris Marzilli, president of General Dynamics Mission Systems, stressed the importance of furthering the positioning of the company in the Commonwealth.

“General Dynamics is working with Australia’s Department of Defence supporting the Commonwealth’s defence modernisation plans,” Mr Marzilli said.

“Our tested and proven portfolio of land, sea, air, space and cyber technologies, products and systems will deliver cost-effective solutions for the current and future defence of the continent.”

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