The contract was competitively procured and not fixed price due to the nature of the work, according to an award notice posted Wednesday on SAM.gov.
NSMRL is the Navy’s only submarine-focused medical research command working to address the health care requirements of the service branch’s submarine force.
The lab conducts research on biomedical engineering, human factors, psychology, signal processing, electrical engineering, diver physiology and other related disciplines.
Leidos also provides support to the Naval Health Research Center in San Diego under a $57.7 million contract that Naval Medical Logistics Command awarded in 2019.
Leidos is a sponsor of the Potomac Officers Club’s 4th Annual CIO Summit, which will bring together government and industry CIOs to discuss offer insights into the current tech landscape. Learn more about the May 16 event here.