Leidos wins $49M contract to help ID explosive devices

Contract part of Future Radiographic System program

Leidos has won a $49 million single-award contract to provide the Naval Surface Warfare Center with a radiographic imaging system to improve identifying explosive devices.

Contract was awarded under the Future Radiographic System program.

Under the contract, Leidos will provide a radiographic imaging system to the center’s Indian Head Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology Division, which is the Department of Defense Energetics Center and a field activity of the Naval Sea Systems Command.

The future radiographic imaging systems that Leidos will provide will improve explosive ordinance identification with radiographic imaging.

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