Leidos books $112M Army munitions logistics contract

Leidos has won a potential six-year, $112 million contract to continue its logistics services to the Army for munitions storage and resupply functions.

The company has supported the effort since 2011 for the Army’s 1st Theater Sustainment Command. Work under the new contract will take place over one base year and up to five one-year option periods, Leidos said Monday.

Services under the follow-on contract will support the receipt, storage, maintenance, issue and distribution of ammunition.

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