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Leidos has signed a number of major task-order contracts with the Federal government, running the gamut of our product and service offerings.
Whether you’re a potential government customer or a prospective supplier, through this listing you can find Leidos’ capabilities under pre-negotiated terms and conditions.
- Army AEWD
- Army GTACS
- Army INSCOM Global Intelligence
- Army PEO STRI Omnibus Contract II (STOC II)
- Army TIES
- CDC CIMS - Mgmt Consulting
- CMS SPARC
- CMS VDC
- DHS EAGLE II
- DoD CNTPO
- DoD CWMD R&TD
- DoD JE-CLaSS
- DOJ MEGA 4
- Navy Seaport-e
- SPAWAR Pillar Battlespace Awareness Support Services
- SSA ITSSC
- UASF F2AST
- USAF DESP III
- USAF NETCENTS 2 – AFNETOPS
- VA T4
Governmentwide Multiple Agency Contracts (MACs) and IDIQs
The purpose of ITES-2S is to meet the Army’s enterprise infrastructure and infostructure goals with a full range of innovative, world-class information technology support services and solutions. The IT services solutions include but are not limited to the following Task Areas: Business Process Reengineering (BPR), Information Systems Security, Information Assurance, Information Technology Services, (CAD/CAE/CAM), Development, Software/Middleware Development, Enterprise Design Integration and Consolidation, Education/Training, Program/Project Management, Systems Operation and Maintenance and Network Support.
W91QUZ-06-D-0017 (formerly Lockheed Martin; pending novation to Leidos Innovations)
The contract provides support in the areas of technology insertion, system integration/installation, fabrication/prototyping, testing/certification, studies/analyses, logistic support services, training and engineering support services, including re-engineering and reverse engineering, for a range of equipments and services.
W15P7T10DD414 (formerly Lockheed Martin; pending novation to Leidos Innovations)
DISA ENCORE II
The contract supports DoD's transformation to a network-centric environment which seeks to improve situational awareness by enhancing how the military services share information. Under the contract, Leidos supports command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance areas, in addition to all elements of the Global Information Grid. Leidos delivers a broad range of information technology (IT) services and solutions including enterprise policy and planning, network engineering, integrated solutions management, security engineering certification and accreditation, custom application development, and analytical support for implementing IT solutions.
Leidos will provide research, development, test and evaluation, and advisory and assistance services related to research and development efforts within the chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defense, homeland defense and security, critical infrastructure protection, weapons of mass destruction, biometrics, medical, cultural studies and alternative energy focus areas. The contract scope aligns with the DOD Research and Engineering's strategic guiding imperatives which include the ability to mitigate new and emerging adversary threats that could degrade U.S. (and allied) capabilities, affordably enable new or extended capabilities in existing military systems and develop technology surprise through science and engineering applications to military problems.
Alliant, the GSA’s most versatile contracting vehicle, provides integrated IT solutions to satisfy customers’ evolving needs. Leidos offers a structured integration of people, processes, and technology with a proven track record in providing our customers with cost-effective, quality support in planning, performing, and managing their complex IT requirements.
One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) provides federal agencies with professional services that allow for both commercial and noncommercial requirements as well as contract types at the task order level, including fixed-price, cost-reimbursement, time-and-materials, and labor-hours. OASIS can yield better outcomes for the federal government around reducing costs and expenses, improving operating efficiency and increasing focus on socioeconomic contracting goals.
OASIS complements GSA’s Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) program and provide customers a more flexible full-service offering. OASIS contracts are used by agencies in meeting professional service objectives, unlike GWACs, which are to be used by agencies in meeting Information Technology objectives.
The CIO-SP3 Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) is a ten-year Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract. Any federal civilian or DoD agency may use this contract to fulfill a broad range of mission critical IT requirements as diverse as Cloud Computing, Cyber Security, and Health IT. The CIO-SP3 contract is managed by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC).
The CIO-SP3 contract vehicle has been designed to save federal government customers both time and money. A one-stop source for hardware, software, security, and outsourcing procurements, CIO-SP3 is structured to provide flexible pricing arrangements, streamlined ordering procedures, and a secure, easy-to-use electronic government order system for task order competition, management and awardee selection which features built-in FAR guidance. Task orders may be awarded in 30 days or less.
Rob Bosak - Senior Administrator Contracts
Jerry Parsons – Program Manager
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HHSN316201200034W (formerly Lockheed Martin; pending novation to Leidos Innovations)
Steven Plaugher - Program Manager
Deirdre Johnson - Contract Manager
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Professional Services Schedule 00CORP
Federal agencies can use the Professional Services Schedule to issue a task order to a single company to perform a requirement that includes services falling within the scope of multiple Schedules. The Leidos Professional Services Schedule offers services under the LOGWORLD, MOBIS, PES, and Language Services schedules.
LOGWORLD - Logistics Worldwide
Logistics services and products to enable government agencies to meet demands for supply and value chain management, acquisition logistics, supply and repair, transportation and distribution, deployment logistics, logistics training services and operations and logistics management services.
MOBIS - Mission Oriented Business Integrated Services
Management and consulting services that can improve the performance and efficiency of services provided by the federal government through consulting, facilitation, survey, training, program management, integration and support products.
PES - Professional Engineering Services
Solutions to a wide variety of technical requirements, including strategic planning, concept development, requirements analysis, system design and integration, test and evaluation, integrated logistics support and acquisition and lifecycle management.
Language Services offers an array of language services, including translation and interpretation services, which enables Federal agencies to improve communications due to the increasing impact the globalization of business economies have on organizations.
GSA Government Web Site:
Logistics Worldwide (LOGWORLD)
- C874 501: Supply and Value Chain Management
- C874 503: Distribution and Transportation Logistics Services
- C874 504: Deployment Logistics Services
- C874 505: Logistics Training Services
- C874 507: Operations & Maintenance Logistics Management and Support Services
Mission Oriented Business Integrated Services (MOBIS)
- C874 1: Integrated Consulting Services
- C874 4: Training Services: Instructor Led Training, Web Based Training and Education Courses, Course Development and Test Administration, Learning Management, Internships
- C874 6: Acquisition Management Support
- C874 7: Integrated Business Program Support Services
Professional Engineering Services (PES)
- C871 1: Strategic Planning for Technology Programs/Activities
- C871 2: Concept Development and Requirements Analysis
- C871 3: System Design, Engineering and Integration
- C871 4: Test and Evaluation Services
- C871 5: Integrated Logistics Support Services
- C871 6: Acquisition and Life Cycle Management Services
- C871 7: Construction Mgmt. (CM) and Engineering Consulting Svcs. Related to Real Property
- C382 1: Translation Services
- C382 2: Interpretation Services
- C382 4: Comprehensive Linguistic Analytical Support Services
GSA Environmental Services, Schedule 899
Through the GSA Environmental Services schedule, Leidos provides federal agencies with a broad spectrum of environmental services including: environmental planning and documentation; environmental compliance; waste management; environmental/occupational training services; hazardous materials management; recycling; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); and remediation services.
Examples of work include CERCLA removal actions; RCRA Interim Measures; RCRA closures; Brownfields support; environmental security; hazard and risk assessments; environmental impact statements; natural resource management plans; economic analyses; pollution prevention surveys; environmental management systems; environmental compliance auditing; and waste characterization studies.
GSA Government Web Site:
- 899 1: Environmental Planning Services & Documentation
- 899 3: Environmental Occupational Training Services
- 899 5: Reclamation, Recycling & Disposal Services
- 899 7: Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
- 899 8: Remediation Services
GSA Human Resources Schedule 738X
The Human Resources Schedule offers a broad array of social services designed to mitigate the effects of stress disorders and enhance quality of life, bolster mission readiness, and support the Government’s retention goals.
It provides advice, training, and counseling in self-improvement, health and wellness training, stress management, family situations, substance abuse and legal consultation.
GSA Government Web Site:
- 595-28: Social Services, Professional Counseling and Veterans' Readjustment & Behavioral Health Services
GSA Information Technology (IT) Services, Schedule 70
The GSA Information Technology (IT) Schedule offers cutting-edge information technology services, HSPD-12 professional services, IPV4 to IPV6 transition services, IT facility operation and maintenance, systems development, programming, telecommunications services including network architecture and management and solutions based IT products.
Leidos or its subsidiaries can offer a complete single-source solution through the Leidos GSA IT Schedule with personnel from any of the numerous labor categories including: program managers; ERP consultants; software engineers; data warehouse specialists; systems analysts; CTI specialists; network engineers; help desk specialists and many more.
GSA Government Web Site:
- 132 8: Purchase of Equipment
- 132 12: Maintenance of Equipment, Repair Services and/or Repair/Spare Parts
- 132 32: Term Software License
- 132 33: Perpetual Software License
- 132 34: Maintenance of Software as a Service
- 132 50: Training Courses
- 132 51: Information Technology Professional Services
- 132 52: Electronic Commerce and Subscription Services
- 132 56: Health Information Technology Services
- 132 62: Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD-12) Product and Service Components
GSA Security Service, Schedule 84
Under the General Services Administration Federal Supply Schedule for Law Enforcement, Security, Facilities Management, and Emergency/Disaster Response (Schedule 84), the diverse and in-depth knowledge of these services and products offered by Leidos is available to all federal, state and local governments and other authorized agencies using a streamlined ordering process. Specialized law enforcement and security equipment products are also available via this contract vehicle, including:
- VACIS® non-intrusive inspection (NII) systems
- RTR-4 portable digital x-ray systems
Questions on GSA Schedules? Contact:
Joe Pastel, GSA Schedule Program Manager
GSA Government Web Site:
- 246-52: Professional Security/Facility Management Services
- 246-60-1: Security Systems Integration and Design Services
- 246-60-2: Security Management and Support
- 246-60-3: Security System Life Cycle Support
- 426-4K: Metal and Bomb Detection Equipment
- 426-4R: Radiation/Nuclear Material Detection Equipment
Agency Specific IDIQs
Advanced Expeditionary Warfare Development (AEWD) is the Army Reseach Laboratory's Sensors, Electrons, Device Directorate (SEDD) follow-on IDIQ to ARL III. The Contractor shall perform tasks including studies, technical investigations, research, development, experimentation, limited acquisition and logistics support for items and systems supporting upgrade and modernization of U.S. Army, United States Special Operations Command, other Government Agency and Department of Defense capabilities in expeditionary warfare, irregular warfare, special operations, and stabilization/reconstruction operations.
The Global Tactical Advanced Communication Systems (GTACS) and Services contract is an expanded defense contract, which will enable the acquisition of hardware, software, services and data in support of the Program Executive Office for Command, Control, and Communications-Tactical (PEO C3T) mission.
W15P7T-13-D-0010 (formerly Lockheed Martin; pending novation to Leidos Innovations)
Army INSCOM Global Intelligence
The INSCOM Global Intelligence Support Services Acquisition establishes an integrated approach to providing support for Army intelligence missions such as: intelligence analysis, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance systems, security systems, electronic systems, quick reaction capability systems, prototype intelligence software/hardware suites, high-readiness facilities and business functions.
Army PEO STRI Omnibus Contract II (STOC II)
STOC II will provide for concept exploration development production and interim contractor support of systems throughout STRICOM's business area.
STOC II (PEO STRI Omnibus Contract II) provides simulation, training and instrumentation products and services for the Warfighter, beginning with concept development and continuing throughout life cycle support. The objectives of STOC II include but are not limited to:
1) Facilitate the leveraging of programs and technology (to include Joint and/or Joint-related) in the best interests of the U.S. Army and Department of Defense; 2) Prepare the Warfighter to meet the challenges of the future Joint operational environment; and 3) Support continued growth in the interoperability of Live, Virtual, Constructive and Testing solutions to enhance training and testing capabilities of the Warfighter.
The scope and purpose of the contract is to provide the requisite operational, program management, technical, engineering, integration, prototype development and fabrication, program support services and products necessary for I2WD to meet its mission and customer needs.
CDC CIMS - Mgmt Consulting & IT Infrastructure
CDC Information Management Services (CIMS), encompasses the full range of IT solutions to serve the CDC's 16,000-person workforce. Those services include applications development and maintenance; architectural consultation; business process analysis; administrative and public health subject matter expertise; systems engineering; cyber security; and infrastructure support.
HHSD200201037216I (formerly Lockheed Martin; pending novation to Leidos Innovations)
The Strategic Partners Acquisition Readiness Contract (SPARC) is a cost-effective, innovative solution for procuring information technology (IT) professional services from a pool of CMS experienced partners. CMS will use the contract for strategic, technical and program management services. The agency wants to modernize business processes and supporting systems and their operations. Some of the systems include the Federal Healthcare Exchange and Medicare/Medicaid information technology systems.
The scope of this Virtual Datacenter contract includes all activities (end-to-end) necessary to provide efficient, effective, and responsive application hosting services and data center infrastructure services to support CMS requirements and VDC Program-related objectives and support. The work performed under this contract includes all necessary aspects of planning, implementing, transitioning, operating, and maintaining CMS’ applications and all related hardware and software within the VDC environment.
HHSM500201300016I (formerly Lockheed Martin; pending novation to Leidos Innovations)
DHS EAGLE II
EAGLE II provides IT support services in three functional service categories: Functional Category 1 - Service Delivery, which will provide a full range of services and solutions in support of developing, implementing, and maintaining technology to support the DHS mission and business functions across the entire lifecycle of a program; Functional Category 2 - Information Technology Program Support Services, which will provide the full range of business and technical management services in support of DHS offices or programs; and Functional Category 3 - Independent Test, Validation, Verification, and Evaluation (IV&V), to ensure that all IT products and services meet DHS standards, and are performing to defined design, cost, schedule and performance specifications/capabilities.
HSHQDC14DE2042 (formerly Lockheed Martin; pending novation to Leidos Innovations)
Robert (Pierce) Morgan
This contract and issued task orders (TOs) shall provide goods and services in support of Command, Control, Communications, Information (C3I) requirements, as well as Detection and Monitoring (D&M) requirements of the DoD Counter-Narcoterrorism Technology Program Office (CNTPO). This includes the development and application of technology used to perform C3I and D&M. These requirements will support the objective to provide services, equipment, material and minor construction services that will improve the capability and capacity of the DoD, Federal, and State agencies, and partner nation agencies to detect, deter/disrupt, and defect the threat to U.S. national security posed by trafficking of illicit products such as drugs, small arms and explosives, precursor chemicals, people, and illicitly-gained and laundered money; terrorism; and global threats such as natural disasters, commensurate with the authorities granted CNTPO and the Department of Defense. Other federal agencies may also use this scope of work (SOW) through the CNTPO in support of the U.S. Government's global war on terrorism. Work shall be accomplished under the following task areas: 1) Technology Development and Application, 2) Command, Control and Communications Support, 3) Information Systems Support, 4) Detection and Monitoring Support, 5) Incidental Minor Construction and 6) End Use Training.
DoD CWMD R&TD
This Defense Threat Reduction Agency contract for Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction includes performing research and technology development; technical, scientific and program analyses; systems integration efforts that will provide scientific and technological solutions to meet the DoD's non-proliferation, counterproliferation, and consequence management objectives.
These services include simultaneous support of multiple and interdependent systems at military and non-military locations, worldwide. The Joint Enterprise Contracted Logistics and Services Support (JE-CLaSS) contract is a JPEO-CBD enterprisewide Multiple Award, Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (MA IDIQ) acquisition designed as a streamlined,, quick response contractual vehicle to provide CLS and related services for JPEO-CBD developed and/or managed systems., For the purposes of this contract, CLS includes, but is not limited to, PBL, Continental United States (CONUS) and Outside the Continental United States (OCONUS) integration of support and sustainment functions such as: System(s) Maintenance Support; Engineering Support; Supply Chain Management and Support; Training Support; Fielding Support; Program Management, Administration and Reporting; Quality; Security and Safety.
W911SR-16-D-0015 (formerly Lockheed Martin; pending novation to Leidos Innovations)
DOJ MEGA 4
This is a requirement for automated litigation services to support the Civil, Criminal and Civil Rights Divisions of the Department of Justice. Automated litigation support encompasses a wide range of professional services and products that help attorneys acquire, organize, develop, and present evidence throughout the course of litigation, from pre-filing investigation, through complaint, discovery, and trial, through post-trial briefs and the appeals process.
DJJ13-C-2441 (formerly Lockheed Martin; pending novation to Leidos Innovations)
The Seaport-e contract provides professional support services to the Navy, and Marine Corps, including R&D Support, Engineering, M&S, Prototyping, Pre-Production, Model-Making, and Fabrication Support, System Design Documentation, SW Eng, Dev., Programming and Network Support, RM&A, CM, QA, IA, IS & IT support, Logistics, Training, etc.
SPAWAR Pillar Battlespace Awareness Support Services
The Battle-space Awareness (BA) Portfolio includes engineering, development, and engineering services for those systems and organizations that observe (adversary) activity, collect data, and process it into information and intelligence. It also includes those systems that deny and deceive our adversary's ability to do the same. It encompasses capabilities to observe and interact with the physical domain and the data acquisition and processing capabilities required to bring this observation and interaction into the digital world (cyber domain). It includes the development of autonomous and unmanned systems and platforms and the integration of observation, processing, and information operations capabilities into these systems.
N65236-13-D-4860 (formerly Lockheed Martin; pending novation to Leidos Innovations)
The Information Technology Support Services Contract (ITSSC) encompasses a complete range of services related to Social Security Administration's major systems modernization initiatives, including support in the areas of design, development, testing, and maintenance; and database administration, imaging, and document management.
SS001060108 (formerly Lockheed Martin; pending novation to Leidos Innovations)
The Air Force Future Flexible Acquisition and Sustainment Tool contract provides sustainment support to operated weapon systems, support systems, subsystems, components and related services to include development, modification, maintenance, repairs, spares and services.
USAF DESP III
Provide design, engineering, technical, and support services for the Department of Defense to improve system life cycle cost, operational life, performance, sustainment including maintainability & support, safety & environmental friendliness, and education and training. It is envisioned that areas of performance may include mission weapon systems, components, and support equipment (including engineering design, integration, system modifications, limited manufacturing), and activities to support process analysis and improvements for maintenance/repair operations.
Deborah De La O
USAF NETCENTS 2 - NETOPS
This contract will provide Network Operations (NetOps), Infrastructure, and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) implementation and transformation services and solutions to the United States AF (USAF) and Department of Defense (DoD) agencies at locations inside the contiguous United States (CONUS), outside the contiguous United States (OCONUS) and in war zone areas. The services and solutions provided will address the development, acquisition, integration, test, deployment, and sustainment of Air Force (AF) infrastructure and network operations, production, research and development, and Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (C4ISR) mission capabilities.
FA873215D0043 (formerly Lockheed Martin; pending novation to Leidos Innovations)
Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology (T4) Program provides IT services solutions which will include technical, systems engineering and other solutions encompassing the entire range of IT requirements needed by the VA and other government agencies to modernize the VA’s information technology infrastructure. The contract will also support the VA’s goal of providing seamless access to benefits and health information systems. This includes support for development of a common joint platform for digital medical profiles with the Defense Department.