Operations & Logistics
Advancing mission readiness at local or international scale
As the contractor responsible for running the world’s longest supply chain to Antarctica, we excel at fulfilling logistics requirements whether they are for long-term sustainment or short-term training. Our logisticians take pride in orchestrating the moving parts so that you can go about your important work more efficiently.
See how we have logistics down to a science in domains including aviation, C4ISR, radar, sensors, supply chain, maritime, mission support, energy, facilities, and ground.
See how Leidos supports U.S. soldiers and allies with the receipt of appropriate supplies to execute their missions, with sensors to detect and respond to imminent or obscure global threats, and with aviation training for self-sustainment even in challenging environments.
Why Choose Leidos?
- Leverage requirements-based solution architecture to connect critical components of complex missions at international scale
- Tap into agnostic commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) systems implementation and integration expertise to cost-effectively employ the right tool for the job
- Utilize enabling technologies in enterprise resource management, analytics, and automation to innovate manual processes and obtain quantifiable results
- Access employees with deep domain experience from their days as government operators and logisticians
Our Logistics Expertise
Product Support Management
Planning and management of cost and performance across the product lifecycle.
Planning and sourcing of repair parts, spares, and all classes of supplies to ensure they are available at the right place, at the right time, at the right price.
Packing, Handling, Storage & Transportation
Methodology to ensure that all system, equipment, and support items are preserved, packaged, handled, and transported properly.
Maintenance Planning & Management
Development, implementation, and management of maintenance requirements, concept, and detailed procedures for a system.
Systems engineering to integrate design parameters with product support requirements and ensure availability goals are met.
Support of in-service systems in their operational environment to include identification, review, assessment, and resolution of deficiencies throughout a system’s lifecycle.
Management of information to operate, install, maintain, and train on equipment; cataloging of spare and repair parts; and definition of configuration baselines.
IT resourcing and infrastructure to operate and support mission-critical systems including manpower, personnel, hardware, software, and documentation of licenses and services.
Facilities & Infrastructure
Management of permanent and semi-permanent real property assets and infrastructure required for training, maintenance, storage, and other purposes.
Manpower & Personnel
Identification and acquisition of personnel with the skills and grades required to operate, maintain, and support systems over their lifetime.
Support of fixed and mobile equipment required to sustain the operation and maintenance of the system, including calibration and test equipment.
Training & Training Support
Integrated strategies to train military and civilian personnel to acquire, operate, maintain, and support a system, including Training Aids Devices Simulators and Simulations (TADSS).
We provide cost-effective tools combined with experienced thought leadership and enhanced processes to meet global, mission-critical customer needs.
The world’s longest supply chain to Antarctica comprises
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