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Leidos Secures $738M Air Force Contract for IT, Cybersecurity Services

National capital region

Leidos Secures $738M Air Force Contract for IT, Cybersecurity Services

The U.S. Air Force has awarded Leidos a $738 million follow-on contract to continue providing information technology, telecommunications and cybersecurity services.

The single-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract will benefit the Air Force and Space Force headquarters, the Air Force District of Washington, the National Military Command Center and other Air Force components and operations in the national capital region, Leidos said.

Leidos will help the Air Force in its cybersecurity initiatives, enterprise IT operations, IT asset management, program management, planning and engineering.

The contract marks an extension of Leidos support for the Air Force in the national capital region that started in 2003.

Steve Hull, president of Leidos’ digital modernization sector, a past Potomac Officers Club event speaker and a 4×24 member, highlighted the company’s five-decade relationship with the Air Force and expressed its commitment to developing secure and resilient technology solutions for the service.

The contract has a one-year base performance period with options for four additional years and a six-month extension.

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Category: Cybersecurity