What are the Top Leidos Government Contracts?

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What are the Top Leidos Government Contracts?

Currently headquartered in Reston, Virginia, Leidos — an American company providing aviation, defense, information technology (Lockheed Martin IS&GS), and biomedical research — works extensively with the United States Department of Defense, the United States Department of Homeland Security, and the United States Intelligence Community. Check out the Leidos government contracts the company has won and handled successfully over the past years.

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1. U.S. Army Contract for Existing Night Eagle System Support

  • Federal Agency: U.S. Army
  • Contract Date: January 2020
  • Contract Value: $72,575,612
  • Task: Provide intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance system support services

Leidos has been awarded a 27-month contract of $72,575,612 to continue providing the U.S. Army with intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance system support services.

The Army promptly committed the total estimated value of the award to operations and maintenance expenditures allocated for fiscal years 2020 to 2022. The duration of work in Reston, Virginia, ended last April 25, 2022.

The Department of Defense also announced that the company would support the existing Night Eagle platform under the firm-fixed-price contract.

2. Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite-Quantity Contract from the Department of Navy

  • Federal Agency: Department of Navy
  • Contract Date: February 2020
  • Contract Value: $7,729,639,286
  • Task: Revamp several data networks

The Department of Navy (DoN) gave Leidos a contract worth $7,729,639,286 to revamp several data networks, as per the Pentagon. This is according to DoN’s initiative to modernize the Navy’s outdated information technology infrastructure.

The award to Leidos of the Service Management, Integration and Transport (SMIT) contract enabled the digital transformation of enterprise networks, which is the backbone of the Department of Navy’s operations. For nine months, the contract initiated the modernization of the Navy-Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI), which is utilized by nearly every sailor and marine in the DoN.

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3. U.S. Army Firm-Fixed-Price Contract for Automated Installation Entry System Support

  • Federal Agency: U.S. Army
  • Contract Date: July 2020
  • Contract Value: $58,487,824
  • Task: Provide maintenance for the Automated Installation Entry platform

The U.S. Army granted Leidos a two-year firm-fixed-price contract worth $58,487,824 to assist with the need for an electronic system designed to safeguard personnel and visitor access to military locations.

As per the Department of Defense, the company would provide maintenance for the branch’s Automated Installation Entry platform until July 27, 2022.

4. Contract to Support the Naval Array Technical Support Center Facility Operation

  • Federal Agency: U.S. Navy
  • Contract Date: October 2020
  • Contract Value: $149,238,311
  • Task: Provide services and supplies for the NATSC facility operation

Leidos clinched an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with cost-plus-fixed-fee, cost reimbursement, and firm-fixed-price provisions worth $149,238,311.

About 99% of the work was done in Newport, Rhode Island, and the rest is distributed in Reston and Virginia Beach.

This contract, projected to be completed in November 2025, offered services and supplies for the operation of the Naval Array Technical Support Center site.

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5. U.K. Navy’s Cost-Plus-Fixed-Fee, IDIQ Contract Action for Engineering Support Services

  • Federal Agency: U.K. Navy
  • Contract Date: May 2021
  • Contract Value: $38,047,689
  • Task: Provide engineering support services

Leidos was awarded a cost-plus-fixed-fee, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract action with a total estimated value of $38,047,689 that is expected to be done by May 2026.

This contract includes purchases from the United Kingdom government under the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program. Leidos was tasked to provide engineering support services for planning, designing, developing, specifying, fabricating, installing, integrating, and supporting the British Undersea Test and Evaluation Center High Gain Measurement System.

6. Cost-No-Fee, Firm-Fixed-Price Contract for Technology Refresh and Upgrade from the U.S. Army

  • Federal Agency: U.S. Army
  • Contract Date: January 2022
  • Contract Value: $104,512,000
  • Task: Perform technology refresh, concurrency upgrades, and production

A $104,512,000 cost-no-fee, firm-fixed-price contract was awarded to Leidos by the U.S. Army’s Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation.

The goal is to modernize the service’s gunnery training simulation systems within a period of five years with an estimated completion date of January 24, 2027. The work will be done in Orlando, Florida.

Leidos will provide technology refreshes and concurrency updates on simulators. Gunnery Training Simulators integrate the body of a weapon into a virtual reality system using a computer-based simulator. These are used to supplement training on a variety of weapons operated by crews.

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7. DISA Defense Enclave Services (DES) Contract for Defense Information Systems Agency

  • Federal Agency: Defense Information Systems Agency
  • Contract Date: February 2022
  • Contract Value: $11,504,145,491
  • Task: Provide integrated, standardized, and cost-effective IT command and control solutions

The Defense Information Systems Agency awarded Leidos a competitive, single-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract worth $11,504,145,491, with firm-fixed-price, labor hour, and cost-reimbursable line items. The aim of the agreement was to combine the networks of non-combat defense support organizations.

With the company’s technological expertise, Leidos would oversee what DISA refers to as the Fourth Estate Network Optimization (4ENO) initiative, which aims to modernize and migrate the 22 Fourth Estate agencies and field activities of the Department of Defense to a single platform. This platform is called DoDNet.

8. Contract to Increase the Speed and Agility of Defense Intelligence Agency Operations

  • Federal Agency: Defense Intelligence Agency
  • Contact Date: June 2022
  • Contract Value: $84,938,062
  • Task: Provide automation and other services for the operations

The Defense Intelligence Agency awarded Leidos a 10-year, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract worth $84,938,062 to offer automation and other services in support of its operations.

The contract will be performed in the National Capital Region until June 14, 2032.

Leidos would help the DIA design and implement a data-centric architecture with cloud computing capability for digital enrichment tool development, automate labor-intensive and time-consuming agency processes, and provide data access to external customers and partners.

9. Task Order Under an IDIQ Contract to Support DOD’s Chief Information Officer

  • Federal Agency: Department of Defense
  • Contract Date: July 2022
  • Contract Value: $72,000,000
  • Task: Provide non-personal services to the Office of the Department of Defense Chief Information Officer

Under an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract awarded on August 3, 2018, a $72,000,000 task order was also awarded to Leidos to provide non-personal services to the Office of the Department of Defense Chief Information Officer with regular operations and maintenance, procurement, research, testing development and evaluation.

The contract with a cumulative total of $360,000,000, is set to be completed by August 2, 2023.

Frequently Asked Questions

Leidos support mission success up to the end

Below are some of the frequently asked questions about Leidos Holdings, Inc.:

Is Leidos a government contractor?

Leidos has collaborated with government agencies for years to address technological obstacles and develop innovative efficiency.

To promote citizens’ safety and well-being, the company supports vital programs that expedite identity theft recovery, streamline paper tax filings, preserve electronic health records, improve consumer fraud investigations, assist census data collection, and facilitate scientific research.

How long does it take to win a government contract?

Typically, it takes around 18 to 24 months for a government contractor to secure their first contract. That’s why patience is important in this field.

What contracts does Leidos have?

Firm Fixed Price (FFP) Contracts, Cost Plus Fixed Fee Contracts, Indefinite-Delivery/ Indefinite-Quantity are the types of contracts that Leidos Holdings, Inc. have.

What companies does Leidos own?

Leidos’ wholly-owned and majority-owned subsidiaries:

  • 1901 Group
  • Dynetics
  • Gibbs & Cox
  • Leidos Biomedical Research
  • Leidos Digital Solutions
  • QTC
  • Leidos Engineering
  • Systems Made Simple
  • Varec

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Over the past 50 years, Leidos has worked in some of the most sophisticated areas of science and technology to provide vital solutions to its customers’ toughest challenges. This is what makes the company stand out and be the best at what it does.

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