Leidos

NASA chooses dozen for $478M Space Station support recompete

Awards for this second iteration of the contract dubbed REMIS have both full-and-open and small business categories.

Leidos' board adds former DISA director

Nancy Norton led the Defense Department's main IT agency for three years until her retirement in 2021.

Leidos unveils new leadership group structure

One new hire joins the team as Leidos CEO Tom Bell continues to lead the work on developing the company's new North Star vision for itself.

Leidos resets both security product outlook and company structure

Now in month number six as Leidos' CEO, Tom Bell gives investors more detail on the company's new set of expectations and assumptions that will shape its North Star vision.

Leidos secures climate resilience, electric vehicle charging contracts

The Defense Department's office for energy and the Air Force choose Leidos-led teams for different aspects of their overall climate agendas.

Army unveils first draft for $4B in R&D services recompetes

Small businesses are the intended audience for this draft solicitation but the Army is working on a second contract for a full-and-open competition next year.

Leidos celebrates $7.9B win that can still face challenges

Leidos has announced its capture of the Army's Common Hardware Systems-6 award, but the longtime incumbent General Dynamics still has an open window to protest.

Leidos wins $918M DHS security contract

The company will modernize and maintain critical networks at the Homeland Security Department for the next eight years.

Leidos unseats longtime incumbent for $7.9B Army tech contract

Held by the same company for 28 years, the Common Hardware Systems contract is a "one-stop shop" for buying commercial IT products and services.

Leidos wins $918M DHS network support recompete

The Homeland Security Department uses the IT environments covered under this task order to secure and help share classified information across the law enforcement communities.

Study: Mental health stigmas persist throughout security clearance process

A new report from Leidos finds that mental health perceptions hurt pipelines of talent into the intelligence community.

Leidos' new CEO puts initial focus on fine-tuning, new North Star

Tom Bell described to us how the federal market's largest systems integrator is developing a "proprietary hypothesis of the future" that will shape its decisions about investments and the business model.

Leidos' new CEO previews his plans and short-term goals

Tom Bell is not ready to share all of what the "clear, new North Star for Leidos" is quite yet. But he gave a broad framework for what it will look like during his first public remarks to investors.

Leidos denied second shot at C5ISR research contract

Leidos protested the Army's choice of Amentum for the $326.2 million contract but now has seen that challenge denied.

AI's potential drives Leidos reskilling strategy

The company started its artificial intelligence practice in 2019 and has trained thousands of employees since then because AI is "everywhere," their chief technology officer says.

Pricing challenge falls short in $1.3B Treasury cloud competition

A price realism evaluation was apparently not needed since this cloud brokerage contract known as TCloud is fixed-price, according to a newly-unsealed bid protest decision.

Air Force chooses 46 firms for nearly $1B weapons testing tech contract

Awardees will compete to provide "highly-specialized technologies" for the testing and evaluation work.