Leidos wins $77M contract to support ballistic missile defense

Leidos has won a $77 million contract to provide systems engineering and integration support to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.

The company will be supporting NATO’s Communications and Information Agency and its Ballistic Missile Defense Programme Office, the company said in a release.

The NCI agency provides NATO with information and communications technology as well as C4ISR.

Under the contract, Leidos will develop the requirements for ballistic missile defense enhancements to NATO C3 systems, including the refinement and maintenance of the NATO ballistic missile defense architecture.

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