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Leidos Gets Potential $110M IDIQ to Update Army Driver Trainers

Jeff Brody

Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) has secured a potential seven-year, $110M contract to refresh hardware and software for common driver trainer systems previously fielded by the U.S. Army.

The company said Thursday it will perform technical and concurrency updates to Army CDTs and also replace the U.S. Marine Corps' driving simulators in mobile and fixed trailer configurations through the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

CDT will be updated to support interoperability and repurposing for other virtual training use.

Army personnel use the system to learn how to operate different military vehicles such as the Mine-Resistant Ambush-Protected platform.

The contract has an initial work period of five years and could extend to an additional two years if all options are exercised.

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