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Leidos books $239M Army Engineers IT order

Leidos has won a potential three-year, $239.5 million task order to support the overall IT environment of the Army Corps of Engineers.

Services will encompass 37,000 users worldwide over one base year and up to two option years. The order was awarded against the General Services Administration’s Alliant 1 contract, Leidos said Thursday.

The company plans to partner with other large and small businesses in order to help the Corps get both the technology and technical expertise needed for agile and responsive IT support services round-the-clock.

Work will take place across the country. Leidos currently holds prime contracts for professional services with more than half of the Corps’ 13 districts. The company has worked with the Corps for more than 33 years.

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