LeidosÂ (NYSE: LDOS) will provide information technology services to theÂ National Institutes of Health‘s Electronic Research Administration under a potential five-year, $113 million contract for work to support eRA’s electronic systems.
The company said MondayÂ that eRA develops, maintains and deploys electronic systems that manage information on NIH and Department of Health and Human Services research and non-research grants.
“This important program enables the synthesis of data into knowledge that can guide the management of the NIH research portfolio to help improve the nation’s health, ” said Steve Comber, president of Leidos’ health group.
Leidos said it will alsoÂ help eRAÂ design and develop program modules for software development.
Work will occurÂ Bethesda, Maryland over one base year and up to four option years.