Israel: Staying Safe, Resources

The safety of our employees and dependents is a top priority for GDIT. We continue to monitor the situation in Israel and the region, and its impact to our employees and operations.

As we monitor the conditions, employees should put safety first when determining whether it is safe to work. Please follow the direction of local authorities and continue to check in with your manager as you have been.

Emergency Procedures

GDIT have robust Emergency Procedures for various event scenarios including medical evacuation, injury, non-essential personnel evacuation, non-combatant evacuation (NEO), and others. Those procedures include cross-functional support and services among HR, Security, Contracts, Finance, Payroll, Travel, Relocation, etc. in support to employees, dependents, and programs/managers. Those plans supplement and, where applicable / possible, work in coordination with U.S. Government, contract, and local customer organization plans and procedures. Therefore, it is important to maintain direct communication and status updates from your program / management team as to support you and your family regarding these plans. Please contact your manager / program or for more information.


If you have questions about your international assignment including dependent information and status, compensation, transportation, relocation, etc. Please contact for more information.

Employee Assistance Program

Please remember an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is available for your use. Your EAP can assist with resources to support you and your family. Resources include recovery information, referrals and assistance with the following:

  • Global Service Center:
    • +1 800 441 2668
    • Additional information can be found through Cigna Global: Home Page (
  • Access direct counseling services: +44 208 987 6230 (reverse-charge number). Answered by clinician who can offer immediate support.

Additional Resources