Leidos awarded $375m contract from US Director of National Intelligence

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Leidos has been awarded a prime contract to provide intelligence, technical, financial and management services to the US Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI).

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According to the company, the single award, cost-plus-award-fee contract has a one-year base period of performance and six one-year options. The awarded value is $375 million.

“We are pleased to continue our 17-year legacy supporting ODNI,” said Roy Stevens, Leidos Intelligence Group President.

“Our exceptional experience and subject matter expertise will enable timely delivery and streamlined co-ordination while adapting to a dynamic environment. We look forward to continuing this work and ensuring ODNI receives the best support to carry out its mission.”

Supporting efficiency

Leidos says that it will work to maximize synergies and efficiencies for ODNI by aligning intelligence, technical, financial and management services with clear lines of contractor responsibility.

This will help enable ODNI to execute its responsibilities and achieve its vision to support effective and efficient mission success in the national intelligence community.

Through this contract Leidos will provide analytic, intelligence management and systems analysis support covering a wide range of regional and functional topics.

Technical services include systems integration, cybersecurity, science and technology, counterintelligence, IT project management, security and risk management.

Additional management services include supporting facilities, assets, logistics and information.

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