Leidos Secures $850M Follow-On DOJ Award for Managed IT Services; Jim Moos Quoted

Jim Moos
Jim Moos

Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) has been awarded the potential $850 million Enterprise Standard Architecture V task order for managed IT services to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives as well as other Department of Justice components.

The ESA V award contains a base performance period of two years and 10 months along with six option years, the company said Tuesday.

“This follow-on task order will offer new opportunities to solve problems and increase efficiencies – enabling law enforcement to focus on their important work for the American people," said Jim Moos, president of Leidos' civil group.

Under ESA V, the company intends to apply its continuous innovation, integration and improvement model to support DOJ customers in managing help desk, unified communications, application and hosting, monitoring and management, print and user device experience.

Work will take place in Washington, D.C. and Clinton, Miss., supporting both domestic and international customer sites.

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