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Leidos wins $113M contract to support NIH Electronic Research Administration

Leidos has won a $113 million contract with the National Institutes of Health to provide information technology services to the Electronic Research Administration (eRA).

The eRA provides electronic systems support to manage the receipt, processing, review, award, and monitoring of billions of dollars' worth of research and non-research grants awarded annually, Leidos said in a release.

Under the contract, the company will provide IT services to support eRA in the development, maintenance, and implementation of systems that are designed to accommodate NIH and Department of Health and Human Services initiatives, the company said.

Leidos will also provide design and development services to the government for all eRA program modules throughout the software development lifecycle. 

 

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