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Leidos Secures $151M Army Contract for Geospatial Information Program Support

Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) will continue providing support for the U.S. Army’s geospatial information program as part of a $151.4 million cost-plus-fixed-fee contract awarded by the Army Geospatial Center.

Under AGC’s High-Resolution, 3-D Geospatial Information program, Leidos will perform operation and technology integration work through Sept. 5, 2025, at locations in Virginia, Poland, Afghanistan, Iraq, Niger, the Philippines and Djibouti, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.

The initiative is aimed at providing unclassified HR3D geospatial information to enable the creation of high-resolution mapping products that cover many undeveloped nations.

In 2016, Leidos was awarded a potential five-year, $777 million task order for HR3D program support. The company was responsible for collecting, processing, sharing, storing and maintaining geospatial information needed for ensuring the security of operationally relevant areas. A lidar sensor technology was used during the collection process.

The current HR3D Geospatial Information Operations and Technology Integration II contract was competitively procured, with Leidos beating one other bidder for it.

ACG obligated $26.4 million in fiscal 2020 operation and maintenance funds at the time of the award.

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