Leidos secures $375M ODNI contract

Leidos has been awarded a prime contract by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI). The contract, valued at $375 million, involves delivering intelligence, technical, financial, and management services. The contract comprises a one-year base performance period and six one-year options.

The range of services provided by Leidos through this contract includes analytic, intelligence management, and systems analysis on various regional and functional topics.

Leidos will also provide technical services such as systems integration, cybersecurity, science and technology, counterintelligence, IT project management, and security and risk management. Furthermore, management services will involve support for facilities, assets, logistics, and information.

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