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Leidos Secures $158M Air Force C2IMERA Development, Expansion Contract

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Leidos Secures $158M Air Force C2IMERA Development, Expansion Contract

The U.S. Air Force has awarded Leidos a potential five-and-a-half year, $158 million contract for continuing work on the Command and Control Incident Management Emergency Response Application.

Leidos will continue developing C2IMERA and expanding its availability to all Air Force installations, meeting the service’s C2 and emergency management requirements. C2IMERA is a Leidos-built, government-owned application that provides an overview of resources, supporting planning, staffing, emergency management, C2 monitoring and reporting capabilities.

Kessel Run, a unit within the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, awarded the contract, Leidos said Thursday.

The latest award builds on the public-sector work Leidos has been performing over recent months.

The company recently expanded its partnership with Amazon Web Services to provide cloud computing and enterprise data management services and solutions to public- and private-sector customers. Work under the partnership is designed to enable go-to-market offerings by allocating resources for data management, automation and artificial intelligence.

In February, Leidos partnered with Sourcegraph to offer government agencies AI-powered software development tools.

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