Leidos wins new GSA schedule

Leidos has won a contract to provide a range of professional services to the General Services Administration.

The contract has no dollar ceiling limit.

This contract will streamline requirements that fall within the scope of more than one schedule for acquiring solutions including MOBIS, PES and LOGWORLD, the company said in a release.

Under the contract, Leidos will be providing professional services including program management, management consulting, logistics and professional engineering services.

"The GSA Consolidated Schedule award complements our GSA OASIS contract and will allow for dynamic growth within the security, engineering, and health solutions marketplaces,” said Mike Leiter, Leidos executive vice president and chief of business development.

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