Leidos scores $122.7M contract for lifecycle systainment, C4I systems
- By Mark Hoover
- Mar 03, 2016
Leidos has won a $122.7 million contract to provide the Navy with lifecycle sustainment of physical security/access control and C4I systems.
The base value of the contract is $9.3 million.
The contract supports the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection Ashore Program, which provides centrally managed life-cycle sustainment program to assist Navy shore installations in obtaining services to maintain the AT/FP Ashore systems and equipment in accordance with operational requirements, Leidos said in a release.
Under the contract, Leidos will provide preventative maintenance of hardware and software, information assurance, asset management, configuration management, technical refreshments, upgrades and installation of new systems and other services, the Defense Department said.
Work is expected to be completed in June 2016.
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