John Fratamico: Leidos to Help Army R&D Aviation, Missile Platforms

John Fratamico
John Fratamico

Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) has been awarded a $37 million contract with the U.S. Army to provide engineering and technical program services for aviation and missile research efforts.

The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract contains a one-year base period of performance and Leidos will perform work within and outside the U.S., Leidos said Thursday.

John Fratamico,  Leidos group president, said the company will provide engineering services to assist deployed forces and support the missions of the Army’s aviation and missile research development and engineering center.

Leidos will help the Army in electrical and mechanical engineering, systems engineering, prototype development, fabrication and integration and technical works.

The company will also deliver engineering, aviation and prototyping services for U.S. forces in Afghanistan.

 

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