Leidos wins $155M contract to support CBP efforts

Leidos has won a $155 million contract to provide systems administration and maintenance services for X-ray and imaging technology in support of the Customs and Border Protection agency.

Under the contract, Leidos will support the agency’s efforts in securing the nation’s borders by providing post-warranty support for fielded technology, Leidos said in a release.

This will include Non-Intrusive Inspection gamma imaging and X-ray equipment such as the company’s VACIS inspection systems, Radiation Portal Monitors, and Radiation Isotope Identification Devices, the company said.

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