Leidos Inc. is one of the largest science and IT services providers in the United States. The company provides technological expertise and science solutions in defense, aviation, and biomedical research for military operations. Take a look at the top Leidos government contracts in 2022.
1. DISA Finalizes Defense Enclave Services Contract to Unify DoD’s Fourth Estate Common-Use IT Systems
- Contracting activity: Defense Information Systems Agency
Contract type: Competitive, single-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract
- Value: $11.5 billion
- Contract date: February 28, 2022
Leidos Inc. secures a Defense Enclave Services (DES) contract with the Defense Information Systems Agency to lead the Fourth Estate Network Optimization (4ENO). Work commences in DoD’s Fourth Estate worldwide locations. Ordering periods will run from February 28, 2022, to February 27, 2026. If all three two-year options are exercised, this project will extend until February 27, 2032.
Under the DES contract, Leidos is responsible for robust and continuous preparation to modernize the Department of Defense’s Fourth Estate agencies and field activities into a common network architecture. The project improves IT systems, infrastructure, command, and control solutions and delivers combat capabilities to warfighters.
2. DHA Awards IDIQ Contract for Omnibus IV Military Medical Research and Development
- Contracting activity: Defense Health Agency
- Contract type: Multiple awards, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract
- Value: $10 billion
- Contract date: February 28, 2022
Leidos and 55 other companies secured a contract for the fourth iteration of Omnibus Military Medical Research and Development (OMNIBUS IV). Under the ten-year award, with an ordering period end date of June 19, 2032, the contractors are to provide health-focused scientific research and professional services to support military R&D programs.
The work for OMNIBUS IV includes military medical research and development services across four market segments: Research & Development, Research & Development Support Services, Regulatory Processes, and Translational Science Support and Services. OMNIBUS IV is a significant expansion from previous iterations, awarded in 2015.
3. ACC Contracts for Research, Development, and Engineering Support Services
- Contracting activity: U.S. Army Contracting Command
- Contract type: Hybrid (cost-no-fee, cost-plus-fixed-fee, cost-plus-incentive-fee, and firm-fixed-price) contract
- Value: $869.06 million
- Contract date: April 8, 2022
Leidos is one of the 26 companies to compete in an $869.06 million contract to provide research, development, and engineering services for the Army’s support mission success. The scope of the contract includes testing, evaluation, support, product development, and deployment of the agency’s biological and chemical demilitarization operations.
Work performance and funding vary per order, with an estimated completion date of April 7, 2032. The U.S. Army Contracting Command of Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, serves as the contracting activity for the contract awards.
4. USAF Awards Contracts to Provide Subject Matter Expertise in VAULT Data Platform
- Contracting activity: U.S. Air Force
- Contract type: Indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, multiple award contract
- Value: $762 million
- Contract date: July 28, 2022
Leidos is one of the seven companies to provide subject matter expert acquisition services in Visible Accessible Understandable Linked Trusted (VAULT). VAULT is a data platform used as a cross-domain solution for data problem-solving at appropriate classification levels. It consists of cyber-secure tools that allow Air force personnel to share information through a cloud.
As the contracting activity, the U.S. Air Force tasks the contractors to interpret data, prepare data architecture, develop algorithmic solutions, and perform models for data governance and maturity. Work locations vary on each task order level, with the contract set for completion by July 31, 2028.
5. NAWCWD Signs the Contract for the Development of Electronic Warfare Threat Systems
- Contracting activity: Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division
- Contract type: Cost-plus-fixed-fee, cost reimbursable, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract
- Value: $249.96 million
- Contract date: February 15, 2022
Leidos and four other companies are responsible for developing electronic warfare threat systems and peripheral instrumentation for the U.S. Navy. The systems are designed for the Naval aviation personnel during pre-deployment aircrew training, weapons, and countermeasure development, increasing aircrew lethality and survivability.
Work performance occurs in Virginia, Maryland, New York, Georgia, and selected locations across the continental U.S., with expected completion by February 2027. Funds are issued and obligated on each order.
6. PACAF Finalizes Deal for Technical and Engineering Support Services in C5ISRO Equipment
- Contracting activity: Pacific Air Forces Command
- Value: $200 million
- Contract date: February 14, 2022
Leidos secures a contract to provide technical and engineering services to the U.S. Pacific Air Forces Command. Work includes support for the agency’s operation and security of Command and Control, Communications, Computers, Combat Systems, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance and Operations (C5ISRO) equipment.
Previously, Leidos helped the agency manage its C5ISRO equipment in the award finalized in November 2019. Work commenced in several U.S. Air Force installations in Alaska, California, Guam, Hawaii, Japan, and South Korea.
7. NIWC Pacific Exercises the First Option for Cyberspace Operations, Programs, and Projects
- Contracting activity: Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific
- Contract type: Cost-plus-fixed-fee, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, multiple award contract
- Value: $231.17 million
- Contract date: May 7, 2022
The Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific exercises the first option to a potential four-year contract. Leidos and eight other companies are tasked to provide professional, technical, and management support services for NIWC Pacific’s cyberspace operations, product lines, programs, and projects.
Work performance is located in San Diego, California, with an expected completion date of May 6, 2024. If all options are exercised, the contract’s estimated completion date is May 6, 2026, with a maximum cumulative value of $802.05 million.
8. ACC Awards to Modernize the U.S. Army’s Army Gunnery Training Simulators and Systems
- Contracting activity: Army Contracting Command
- Contract type: Hybrid (cost-no-fee, firm-fixed-price) contract
- Value: $104.51 million
- Contract date: January 4, 2022
Leidos secured the contract to modernize the U.S. Army’s gunnery training simulation systems. The scope of the award includes a technology refresh, upgrades, and legacy production of gunnery training simulation systems, as well as the collection, processing, storage, and dissemination of digital 3D imagery.
The Army Contracting Command oversees the contracting activities, with an expected completion date of January 24, 2027. Funding and work locations vary in each order. Leidos won the contract among three received bids via an online solicitation.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Leidos Inc.?
Leidos Inc. provides scientific, engineering, systems integration, and technical services for the federal government and commercial customers. Established in 1969, the company offers its range of solutions to four key lines of business: civil, defense, health, and intelligence.
Notable leaders of Leidos Inc. include:
- Roger Krone as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
- Jim Moos as Leidos Civil Group President
- Gerry Fasano as Leidos Defense Group President
- Liz Porter as Leidos Health Group President
- Roy Stevens as Leidos Intelligence Group President
- Steve Cook as Dynetics Group President
Is Leidos a contractor for the federal government?
Leidos is a services leader working with national-level leaders in the federal government. With the acquisition of Gibbs & Cox, the designer of DDG-51 Arleigh Burke-class, the company has expanded its contracting business for the government.
Over the years, the company won several important awards for the government, such as support for Air Force Weapons Laboratory in 1972, the Three Mile Island nuclear clean-up in 1979, the Hanford nuclear clean-up site in 2009, and the U.S. Antarctic Program in 2011.
Providing Solutions that Transform and Change the World
Leidos government contracts have been transformative solutions for the federal government, the U.S. military, and citizens. The company’s range of services has changed the world and created a better future.