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Leidos to Integrate Mission Equipment into US Army’s Metrology System; Sam Gordy Comments

Sam Gordy
Sam Gordy

Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) has received a nearly $46 million task order to integrate mission equipment into the U.S. Army’s metrology system.

The company will also perform research, development, engineering, design, purchasing, fabrication, testing, logistics support and shipping services for the platform, Leidos said Wednesday.

The contract contains a one-year base period of performance with four one-year options and Leidos will perform work at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland.

“This is an important win that enhances our relationship with the U.S. Army prototyping integration and testing director and reflects our commitment to platform integration, as well as the C2 community, ” said Sam Gordy, Leidos group president.

The metrology system is designed for use in repairing and calibrating test, measurement and diagnostics equipment of the Army.

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