Leidos lands $7.9B Army contract
10-year contract includes hardware, system management, tech upgrades
Reston-based Leidos has won a 10-year, $7.9 billion contract from the Army, the Pentagon announced Thursday.
Under the firm-fixed-price contract, Leidos will provide hardware systems, system management solutions, components, customizable sustainment strategies, non-personal service and continuous technology upgrades. Leidos was one of three bids received for the project.
Work locations will be determined with each order, and the estimated completion date is Aug. 30, 2033.
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.