Leidos to provide intelligence support services to US Army
Leidos has been awarded a prime contract for providing global intelligence support services for the US Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM), it announced on 15 April.
The multiple-award indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract has a total value of $7.2 billion, and Leidos is one of 13 contractors eligible to compete for task orders under it. The contract has a total period of performance of five years.
INSCOM conducts intelligence, security and information operations. Under the contract, Leidos will provide intelligence support services including intelligence analysis, electronic systems, ISR systems, security systems, prototype intelligence hardware/software suites, facilities, logistics support and quick reaction capability systems.
Mary Craft, president, Leidos Group, said: 'We look forward to being a part of INSCOM's new intelligence acquisition vehicle providing the solutions and services needed in today's complex and dynamic war-fighting environment.'
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