Gerry Fasano, Daniel Voce: Network & Device Mgmt Part of Leidos’ NGEN-R Contract Work

Jeff Brody

TYSONS CORNER, VA, March 3, 2020 — Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) executives Gerry Fasano and Daniel Voce  have said the company will work to discover devices used across the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps as part of the initial efforts under a $7.7B Next Generation Enterprise Network-Recompete contract portion, ExecutiveBiz reported Feb. 24.

They told Federal News Network in a joint interview posted Feb. 21 the Reston, Va.-based government services provider will also collaborate with the Navy to modernize and manage the global network that support information technology operations of both services branches.

“The network has continued to evolve, and so we’ll update ourselves from what we proposed and then worked through our transition plans,” noted Fasano, who serves as president of Leidos’ defense group and a 2020 Wash100 winner.

“Our approach here is to deliver secure converge network architectures as one of the key tenants,” Voce said when asked about the NGEN program’s modernization efforts. He is the senior vice president of enterprise cyber and solutions at Leidos.

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