What Are the Top Leidos Government Contracts?

What Are the Top Leidos Government Contracts?

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Leidos Holdings Inc. is a leading prime contractor providing information technology, engineering, and science solutions. The company serves its federal and commercial customers through its business lines and subsidiaries. In the fiscal year 2021, Leidos reported annual revenues of over $13.7 billion, of which 87% were generated from U.S. government contracts. Know the top Leidos government contracts here!

1. Defense Information Systems Agency’s Defense Enclave Services Contract, $11.5 Billion

Defense Information Systems Agency's Defense Enclave Services Contract, $11.5 Billion

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  • Year: 2022
  • Contracting activity: Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA)
  • Contract type: Single-award, indefinite-delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ)
  • Contract duration: 6 years (four-year base period with three two-year options)

In February 2022, Leidos won a contract award with a maximum value of $11.5 billion from the Defense Information Systems Agency. Under the Defense Enclave Services (DES) IT contract, Leidos will unify the 22 Department of Defense Agencies (DAFAs) and field activities on a common network architecture.

According to the Leidos Defense Group President Gerry Fasano, the DES program requires advanced technology solutions and unparalleled expertise. Leidos’ standardized and cost-effective IT services will enhance user experience, network reliability, and security.

Other contractor responsibilities include performing network optimization and DAFA migration to the new optimized network, DoDNet. The work is expected to end by February 2026, with possible extensions until 2032.

2. Department of Defense’s IT Support Services Contract, $6.5 Billion

Department of Defense's IT Support Services Contract, $6.5 Billion; Leidos federal government contract, military operations contract

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  • Year: 2019
  • Contracting activity: Defense Information Technology Contracting Organization
  • Contract type: Single award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity
  • Contract duration: 10 years, starting with a base period of five years (calendar years 2020 through 2025) followed by two two-year option periods and one one-year option period.

In December 2019, Leidos won a $6.5 billion contract award from the Pentagon. Under the Global Solutions Management Operations II (GSMO-II) award, Leidos will provide information technology support services (e.g., cybersecurity and network defense), monitoring, and sustainment to Defense Information Systems Network and the Defense Department’s major information networks.

The system serves more than 3 million end users, including joint warfighters and policymakers, to gather, process, and store information.

3. Department of Defense’s Military Healthcare Systems Modernization Contract, $4.3 Billion

Department of Defense's Military Healthcare Systems Modernization Contract, $4.3 Billion

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  • Year: 2015
  • Contracting activity:  Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
  • Contract type: IDIQ
  • Contract duration: Maximum of 10 years

In July 2015, Leidos became the prime contractor for the Department of Defense’s $4.3 billion contract award.  Leidos teamed up with its core partners: Accenture Federal Services, Henry Schein, and Cerner.

Leidos CEO Roger Krone expresses his delight in being selected as the provider of the best-value solution for the DHMSM contract. Under the Defense Healthcare Management System Modernization (DHMSM) program, the contractor’s task is to modernize and provide deployment and integration activities to the military’s healthcare system for healthcare workers’ and patients’ welfare.

It enables them to gather and share health data for the improved quality of care at approximately 1000 clinics and hospitals in the U.S., Iraq, and Afghanistan for more than 9.5 million active and retired military members, including their dependents.

4. Department of Energy’s Hanford Support Contract, $4 Billion

Department of Energy's Hanford Support Contract, $4 Billion; Leidos to support mission success of Hanford contract


  • Year: 2019
  • Contracting activity: Department of Energy
  • Contract type: Single-award, IDIQ, cost-plus-award-fee
  • Contract duration: 10 years

In December 2019, Hanford Mission Integration Solutions (HMIS) LLC, a joint venture (JV) of Leidos Integrated Technology, Parsons Government Services, and Centerra Group, secured a contract award worth $4 billion from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Environmental Management. In this joint venture, a nuclear site cleanup and restoration project will take place. Under this contract, the following responsibilities are outlined:

  • Providing security, emergency, and land management services
  • Maintenance and training services at the Waste Treatment and Immobilization plant
  • Management of Hazardous Materials Management and Emergency Response (HAMMER) Federal Training Center
  • Upgrading electric, water, and road infrastructure
  • Building infrastructure for the Waste Treatment Plant (WTP) operation
  • Assisting the Energy Department in soliciting and handling the small business prime contracts at Hanford, Washington

5. NASA’s IT Services Contract, $2.9 Billion

NASA End-user Services & Technologies contract of Leidos

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  • Year: 2019
  • Contracting activity: NASA
  • Contract type: Firm-fixed-price, IDIQ
  • Contract duration: 10 years

In February 2019, Leidos was awarded a $2.9 billion contract to manage end-user services across all NASA offices. The program aims to access intuitive and user-friendly IT services to minimize problems for the NASA community. The NASA End-user Services & Technologies contract specifically includes:

  • Provision of mobile IT services
  • IT support services for the agency’s research, business, and computational activities
  • Management of NASA’s computing hardware for the agency’s help desk and smooth software operations

The program covers NASA headquarters and 10 other field centers and performance sites. The Alabama-based End-User Services Program Office at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center oversees all the services provided under the NEST contract.

6. NASA’s Advanced Enterprise Global Information Technology Solutions (AEGIS) Contract, $2.5 Billion

Global enterprise infrastructure contract of Leidos, $2.5 billion; Leidos federal government contract

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  • Year: 2021
  • Contracting activity: NASA
  • Contract type: Cost-plus-award-fee/award term
  • Contract duration: 10 years

In June 2021, NASA awarded its Advanced Enterprise Global Information Technology Solutions (AEGIS) contract to Leidos. The $2.5 billion-worth contract has a maximum period of 10 years. Leidos will provide all NASA facilities cloud, telecommunications, and data center services. Outlined in this contract are requirements to provide support for seamless communications infrastructures that cover center local area and wide-area networks while supporting telephony, cybersecurity, collaboration tools, and early warning and radio systems

In March 2022, Leidos previously selected Vision Technologies, a managed services and engineering firm, as a subcontractor in March 2022. As a part of the team, the subcontractor will support Leidos through its expertise in RF engineering, distributed antenna systems, structured cabling, physical security, and more. The work commenced in May 2022, with a possible extension through 2023.

7. Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Disability Assessment Service Prime Contracts, $1.7 Billion

Department of Veterans Affairs' Medical Disability Assessment Service Prime Contracts, $1.7 Billion; Leidos government contracts

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  • Year: 2022
  • Contracting activity: Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Contract type: Firm-fixed-price, IDIQ
  • Contract duration: 6 months to 6 years

In May 2022, Leidos’ subsidiary, QTC Medical Services, won two prime contracts worth $1.7 billion from the Veterans Benefits Administration Medical Disability Examination Office. Both prime contracts have a base and a maximum period of 6 months and 6 years, respectively. Under these contracts, the subsidiary’s responsibilities include:

  • Providing medical disability examination services to veterans and transitioning or retiring service members. This extends to branch members’ Benefits Delivery at Discharge (BDD) and Integrated Disability Evaluation System (IDES) pre-discharge programs in over 124 military groups.
  • Providing medical disability examination services to support eligibles living outside the country, including compensation and pension (C&P) exams and pre-discharge programs of the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Department of Defense.

QTC will leverage its capabilities in telehealth, mobile medical units, and nationwide provider networks to make its services more accessible to veterans and service members, especially in rural areas.

8. Department of Defense’s C5ISR Tech Implementation, $1.5 Billion

Department of Defense's C5ISR Tech Implementation, $1.5 Billion; Leidos technological expertise for C5ISR

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  • Year: 2022
  • Contracting activity: Department of Defense (DOD)
  • Contract duration: 5 years

In October 2022, Leidos won a contract award with a ceiling value of $1.5 billion. The sentinel award enables Leidos to leverage its experience in creating and sustaining C5ISR technologies. Leidos will support warfighters through rapid technology insertion to utilize the C5ISR toolkit at a global scale. The task order will strengthen legacy architectures and utilize current systems with modern Joint All-Domain Command and Control strategies.

Recent Acquisition of Leidos Holdings

In May 2021, Leidos announced its acquisition of Virginia-based Gibbs & Cox for $380 million. Gibbs & Cox is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of Leidos and will be a part of the company’s maritime systems division.

Gibbs & Cox is a leading independent ship design company focused on marine engineering and naval architecture. It designed DDG-51 Arleigh Burke-class destroyers. These AEGIS-guided missile destroyers are the US Navy’s most survivable, advanced, and powerful destroyer fleet.

About Leidos Holdings Inc.

Leidos is a technology leader focused on solving the world’s toughest challenges. The Leidos Holdings leaders and executives are experts in multiple major industry sectors, from space and aviation to biomedical research. They help improve the management, effectiveness, and efficiency through the timely delivery of projects set by the Department of Defense, Veterans Affairs, Homeland Security, and other civilian and intelligence communities.

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