Leidos to continue US PACAF support
Leidos has received a follow-on contract from the US Pacific Air Force Command (PACAF) to continue providing command, control, communications, computers, combat systems, intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance and operations (C5ISRO) support.
The contract has a total approximate value of more than $95 million, with work to be performed at US Air Force bases in Alaska, California, Guam, Hawaii, Japan and Korea.
Leidos will provide engineering and technical services for PACAF C5ISRO systems which support intelligence and operational activities related to national security and command and control of military forces.
Additionally, the company will support the continuous operation and security of PACAF C5ISRO systems to meet present day missions and future requirements for the evolving Indo-Pacific Command area of responsibility.
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