FHWA Awards $60M BPA to Leidos for Program and Technical Support
The Department of Transportation has awarded a five-year, $60 million blanket purchase agreement to Leidos for program and technical support to the Federal Highway Administration’s Office of Policy and Governmental Affairs. Tasks include supporting highway and intergovernmental policy development, evaluating how investments have impacted transportation effectiveness and improving FHWA’s strategic plan and performance management processes, Leidos said.
Leidos currently provides technical support to FHWA’s Office of Operations Research and Development as the prime holder of a five-year, $75 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract awarded in 2016. The company’s services include technical assistance and studies, research support on conventional transportation operations issues and laboratory and field experiments.
Other companies working with FHWA include Iteris, which won a five-year, $19.5 million IDIQ task order in May to determine multimodal and accessible travel obstacles related to architecture and standards. The mobility technology company headquartered in Austin, Texas, said its efforts would contribute to intelligent transportation system planning as well as promote interoperability and automated vehicle preparedness.
In April, FHWA renewed ICF’s position on a five-year, $94 million BPA to provide technical services for future multimodal transportation management systems. ICF said it would support the agency with research, broadband, automation and emerging mobility as well as contribute to environmental objectives such as greenhouse gas reduction and climate resilience.
Category: Federal Civilian
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