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Leidos Gets $230M Army C4ISR System Integration Order

Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) will help the U.S. Army integrate and evaluate command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance systems under a potential five-year, $230 million task order from the General Services Administration.

The company said Monday it will also provide equipment, supplies, facilities, transportation services, tools and materials to the prototyping integration and testing division of the Army’s Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center through the follow-on order.

PI&TD and Leidos will collaborate to install C4ISR systems into military and aerospace equipment and weapons systems.

Work will take place at the Aberdeen Proving Ground, Fort Bragg and Tobyhanna Army Depot.

Leidos also intends to leverage its InView web-based material tracking and procurement system to help address  PI&TD’s requirements.

The single-award order contains one base year and four one-year options.

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