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Leidos Receives DIA Contract for TCPED System

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Leidos Receives DIA Contract for TCPED System

The Defense Intelligence Agency’s Science and Technology Directorate has awarded Leidos a task order to design and implement a Tasking, Collection, Processing, Exploitation and Dissemination system for the agency’s Open Source Intelligence Integration Center.

Under the DOMEX Technology Platform single-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, work will be carried out in the National Capital Region with remote software development in facilities across the company’s network.

The task order comes after the agency completed its National Media Exploitation Center’s Data Discovery Platform, which aims to process and enrich petabytes of unstructured, heterogeneous multi-modular data from the Department of Defense, intelligence community and partners, Leidos said.

Roy Stevens, National Security Sector president at Leidos, said the award is an important investment in the company’s efforts to use artificial intelligence or machine learning capabilities to support critical intelligence missions.

The task order is not the first time Leidos is offering an AI-enabled solution to the government. It partnered with Sourcegraph in early February to provide federal agencies with secure software development tools that use generative AI.

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