DOJ taps General Dynamics for wireless network

The Justice Department announced that it has picked General Dynamics to build a wireless network for the DOJ, Department of Homeland Security and Treasury Department. The deal comes a few weeks after the department's inspector general issued a critical report on the executive branch's slow movements on the initiative. No financial details regarding the deal were released, but Inspector General Glenn Fine said missteps could end up costing taxpayers as much as $5 billion for the network.

For more on the deal:
- see this report from RCR News

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