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Leidos Gets Follow-On DISA Network Mgmt Support Contract; Gerry Fasano Quoted

Jeff Brody
Gerry Fasano

TYSONS CORNER, VA, January 3, 2020 — Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) will continue to provide network operation and maintenance services to the Defense Information Systems Agency under a contract worth potentially $6.5B over 10 years, ExecutiveBiz reported Dec. 13.

The Global Solutions Management-Operations II contract calls for Leidos to help DISA manage and secure the Department of Defense Information Network/Defense Information System Network, the company said Dec. 12.

Gerry Fasano, president of Leidos’ defense group, said that DoDIN/DISN is built to connect government leaders and warfighterd.

"We will continue to work alongside DISA to align our network solutions with their mission evolution," he added.

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