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Leidos Wins Potential $2.9B NASA IT Support Contract

Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) has won a potential 10-year, $2.9B contract to provide information technology platforms and services to IT end-users at NASA’s headquarters and facilities.

The company will deliver and manage computers, software, mobile IT support, accessories and peripherals and supporting infrastructure under the NASA End-user Services & Technologies contract, the space agency said Friday.

NEST has a base period of two years and three months along with two-year, one-year and five-year award term options that would extend work through May 31, 2029.

The agency’s Shared Service Center will administer the contract and Marshall Space Flight Center’s End-User Services Program Office will manage the services.

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