Leidos wins $15M contract to improve Navy's psychological health

Leidos has won a $15 million contract to provide psychological health support services to the Naval Center for Combat & Operational Stress Control, or NCCOSC.

NCCOSC improves the psychological health of marines and sailors through comprehensive programs that educate service members, builds resilience, aids research, and promotes best practices in the treatment of combat and operational stress injuries, Leidos said in a release.

The company will develop and implement the center’s education and training programs; coordinate strategic communications, external relations and outreach to communities; support Fleet Marine Forces, Navy Line and Navy Medicine clinicians; and develop, implement and sustain the center’s data management capability, Leidos said.

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