Sam Gordy, a Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) group president, said the company will continue its work to help U.S. Army achieve missions through two task order awards under the Rapid Prototyping and Technology Insertion Support contract.
The task orders involve support services for the service’s information technologies and integrated systems arm, Leidos said Thursday.
Both orders have a base period of one year, options to extend up to three more years and could reach $108 million in total value if all options are exercised.
“This is an important milestone that enhances our relationship with the U.S. Army Intelligence and Information Warfare Director and the Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center, and reflects our commitment to the Army’s C4ISR mission and Common Operating Environment, ” Gordy said.
Leidos said it will helpmilitary service in engineering and logistics, science and technology insertion and material purchasing/inventory under task order 14.
Task order 13 includes support for Army upgrades on installation kit and mobile platforms, it added.