Networking and Communications
Health organisations rely on interconnected business systems and networks to enable the secure exchange of electronic health information and the effective operation of critical business processes.
General Dynamics IT helps customers meet demanding enterprise networking and communication requirements, creating an architecture that enables the exchange of electronic health information at the local and regional levels, ensuring both interoperability and confidentiality.
This work extends to implementing architecture and strategies to address the changing regulatory landscape, innovations in health reimbursement models, and the development of Enterprise Architectures that provide a line of sight between organisational performance objectives, business processes, data management and ICT systems. Our work helps organisations deliver operationally, streamline process and reduce costs with minimum risk.
- FAA Voice Enterprise Services (FAVES) – Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) - Provide managed services support to the FAA, providing one of the largest scale and widest footprint implementations of a private IP core ever developed. In addition to delivering carrier class scale, quality, reliability and flexibility, the architecture is unique in its ability to self-fund through direct savings in operations, the absence of impact on users and the integration of legacy systems into a centralised environment.