Leidos Lands $926M Follow-On Award for TSA Checkpoint Screening Equipment Support

Jeff Brody

Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) has secured a potential five-year, $926M contract to help the Transportation Security Administration maintain equipment used to perform checkpoint screening operations.

The company said Monday it will continue to provide sustainment, logistics support, develop information technology infrastructure and manage a service response center for the agency under the follow-on contract.

Leidos noted TSA operates over 10K passenger screening systems at approximately 450 airports and government facilities.

"We're honored to continue providing critical logistics support for a program of national importance that helps secure the homeland and protects our nation's transportation infrastructure," said Scott Gray, senior vice president of homeland security solutions at Leidos.

The single-award contract has a base performance period of four months, four one-year option periods and an additional eight-month option.

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