For over 20 years the US Government has relied on Leidos human capital and training solutions to provide services and information technology support to close to one million federal employees. We understand the federal workplace and its unique human capital, human resources and training challenges and requirements. We work closely with agencies to develop solutions to meet their missions and operate within their parameters. We provide the following:
- Holistic thinking and action to support federal workers throughout the full course of their government careers. Our human capital services have included sourcing and hiring, full personnel lifecycle management, and separation management including retirement processing.
- An integrated systems approach to enable efficient and effective management of talent throughout the human capital lifecycle, with easy-to-use reporting and data management capabilities.
- Subject matter experts and skilled specialists to help federal agencies deliver high-quality human capital services, and identify and realize efficiencies in service delivery, allowing internal staff to focus on agency strategic mission objectives.
- An understanding that successful organizations, be they private or public sector, are driven by high quality, highly motivated employees with access to efficient work processes and technology. Leidos brings its experience and expertise to its government partners to assist them in achieving this success, and in doing so, supports them in providing value-added products to the public they serve.
Leidos has also supported the FEMA training mission for over 20 years. Our instructors have taught emergency preparedness personnel, teams, organizations and multijurisdictional coalitions at the performance, management, and planning levels, enabling them to plan for, respond to, and recover from the nation’s most severe incidents and events.
Leidos stands ready to support the human capital and training needs of the Federal Agencies that service the US populace.
- Addresses three Knowledge/Skill areas:
- Training and Development Services
- Human Capital Strategy Services
- Organizational Performance Improvements
- May include Information Technology (IT) components as a part of the professional service requirement, but IT cannot comprise the majority of the scope;
- Allows for ancillary support components (ODCs) such as equipment and supplies;
- Allows for all contract types at the task order level (e.g., cost-reimbursement (all types), fixed-price (all types), time-and-materials, and Labor-Hour) or combined types;
- 10 year ordering period (Sept 2014-2024); currently in option period 1 (2021-2026);
- Execution period for task orders an additional 5 years (Sept 2029);
- Task order competition among world-class providers of complex professional services;
- No maximum or contract ceiling for task orders;
- Allows for subcontracting;
- For use by all federal agencies worldwide (CONUS and OCONUS) with delegation of authority from GSA;
- Contracting activity can use the contract directly or via assisted acquisition services;
- Maximizes opportunities for small businesses (50% small business subcontracting goals);
- Task orders may include incentives, performance-based measures, multi-year or option periods, and commercial or noncommercial items;
- 104 standardized labor categories with discretion by OCO to allow additional categories at the task order level;
- Supports all facility clearance levels;
- Contract access fee is capped at 0.75%; lower fees can be negotiated or achieved by volume sales tracked at contracting activity level.