Leidos wins $99M contract to provide automated installation solutions to Army

Leidos has won a $99 million contract to deliver automated installation entry solutions to the Product Manager- Force Protection Systems (PdM-FPS) for the Army.

PdM-FPS is a department under the Program Executive Office Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors and is in charge of integrated base defense and force protection capabilities for the Army, the company said in a release.

Under the AIE-3 prime contract, Leidos will provide solutions to 35 military installations and enhance installation security through automated personnel verification.

The contract has a performance period of two years and two one-year options. 

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