Leidos Subsidiary to Help VA Deliver Medical Exam Services via IDIQ Contracts Worth $7B Total

A Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) subsidiary has secured positions on four multiple-award contracts worth up to $7B combined to help the Department of Veterans Affairs create medical disability examinations.

QTC Medical Services said Wednesday it will continue to perform work for the Veterans Benefits Administration under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts, which have one base year and nine option years.

These IDIQs are in addition to a previously awarded contract that cover disability exam services to separating and retiring U.S. military personnel.

QTC intends to apply its operational workflow process in efforts to help the VA manage operations and meet accuracy and efficiency goals.

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