Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) has received a potential six-year, $684 million task order to carry out a range of services in support of the Department of Homeland Security‘s Homeland Secure Data Network and Classified Local Area Network.
The General Services Administration awarded the Secure Enterprise Network Systems, Services and Support task order, or SENS3, through the Alliant contract vehicle, Leidos said Tuesday.
The task order covers operations, maintenance, security, optimization, design, engineering, architecture, integration, configuration, test and expansion support for HSDN and C-LAN.
Leidos will perform work in Lorton, Virginia and at different DHS locations.
DHS aims to facilitate secure and classified information sharing between intelligence and law enforcement communities as well as other communities of interest, through the SENS3 program.