Leidos subsidiary wins pair of energy contracts with Defense Logistics Agency

Leidos subsidiary Varec Inc. has won a pair of contracts totaling $75 million to support the Defense Logistics Agency – Energy.

Under the first, $37 million contract, Varec will provide services which include installation, repair and training for Business Systems Modernization-Energy and eConvergence hardware and software deployed to locations utilizing FuelsManager Defense, FuelsManager Defense-Express and FuelsManager Defense–Enterprise software, the company said in a release.

Under the second, $38 million contract, Varec will provide FuelsManager software maintenance and development support, as well as additional services including project oversight, operational support for applications, software maintenance and development support, the company said.

Work under both contracts will be performed at Defense Department installations around the world.

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