Leidos reports $230M Army C4ISR services order

Leidos has won a potential five-year, $230 million task order to help the Army prototype and integrate technologies for the branch’s “C4ISR” systems -- command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance.

The General Services Administration awarded the order through its government-wide OASIS professional services contracting vehicle. Work will take place over one base year and up to four one-year option periods, Leidos said Monday.

Leidos will support the Army Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center’s Prototyping Integration and Testing Division in efforts to install C4ISR systems into military and aerospace equipment and weapons systems, as well as support evaluation exercises.

The company will also supply a customized web-based material tracking and procurement system called InView to the division.

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