Leidos nets $450M contract to support TSA security capabilities

Leidos has won a $450 million single award contract with the Transportation Security Administration to deploy transportation security abilities to the agency’s Office of Security Capabilities.

TSA’s OSC is designed to implement the best security technology solutions to further the overall mission of the agency.

Under the contract, Leidos will primarily be deploying checkpoint technologies for passenger screening and carry-on baggage as well as technologies for the screening of checked baggage. 

The company will also work to ensure technologies are kept up to date and will remove old technologies when they are at the end of their lifecycle, the company said.

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