Leidos awarded $197M CMS contract
Reston contractor to provide IT support
Reston-based Fortune 500 contractor Leidos has won a new task order from the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services with an estimated total value of $197 million, the Reston-based Fortune 500 contractor announced Monday.
Under the hybrid firm-fixed-price, time and materials order, Leidos will provide IT support to the agency through its Office of Information Technology and the Infrastructure and User Support Group.
“We are delighted to extend our work with CMS in its transformative digital modernization journey, elevating the end-user experience to new heights,” Leidos Health Group President Liz Porter said in a statement. “With a steadfast commitment to innovation, Leidos is dedicated to delivering tailored solutions that align with the mission of CMS.”
In March, Leidos announced it received a prime contract and three subcontracts from CMS worth approximately $102 million. The prime contract was for OIT and IUSG support.
Leidos provides technology, engineering and science services to defense, intelligence, civil and health markets. The company employs 46,000 people and reported $14.4 billion in 2022 revenue. In May, Thomas Bell took over as the company’s CEO from Roger Krone, who led the company since 2014.