Leidos provides forward-thinking solutions for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Our technical solutions enable more mission for agencies that conduct exploration and scientific discovery from the edges of the earth to the farthest reaches of the solar system. We also modernize information technology infrastructure and communications strategy for a variety of civilian agency missions.
Leidos oversees all aspects of station services for research granted by the National Science Foundation at the three permanent research stations and vessels operated by the United States Antarctic Program. We provide logistics supply chain management, operational support for science execution, operation of research vessels, procurement of all food and supplies, researcher medical screening and travel arrangements, extreme cold weather clothing, intracontinental transportation coordination, food and shelter on the ice, and onsite facilities engineering and construction. Leidos also works with NASA to plan, coordinate, prepare, and pack standardized containers for all cargo missions to the International Space Station by international partner and commercial cargo vehicles.
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Leidos designs, develops, implements, operates, maintains, and sustains mission control and training systems in support of Human Space Flight (HSF). Our backend work is enabling NASA standard infrastructure, uninterrupted operations, and role-based security authentication. With expertise in ground command and control and telemetry disciplines, we also develop, support, and maintain large-scale satellite command and control systems. Our most recent system has delivered 2 million+ lines of code to support the International Space Station and all visiting vehicles.
With engineering expertise in a variety of disciplines, Leidos supports instrument and spacecraft programs with systems design, systems engineering, development, fabrication, integration, testing, and verification of space flight, airborne, and ground systems hardware and software. Space agencies turn to us when they need concepts of mission operations and in-space satellite servicing capabilities.
Leidos supports the health, safety and productivity of crews living and working in space through the delivery of medical services, food services, research, technology development, engineering, operations, and flight hardware development. Our team was integral in the planning, analysis, and science associated with the “Year in Space” initiative recently completed by NASA.
Leidos sustains a deep bench of scientific and engineering resources to help our customers solve their most challenging problems in engineering design, analysis, development, testing, and operations. Key skill areas include propulsion, materials, thermal, structural, aero-sciences, avionics and electrical systems, guidance navigation and flight control, flight and ground software, optics, systems engineering, test and validation, human centered design, and life sciences.
Ranked #1 in Information Technology by Washington Technology for the past 22 years, Leidos provides a spectrum of information technology services for civilian agencies including network services, platform services, application services, information security, asset management, commercial off-the-shelf service catalog, Tier 0-4 service desk, contact center services, and cloud and data center solutions in compliance with the Federal Cloud Computing Strategy and the Cloud First Policy.
Civilian agencies turn to Leidos for professional services in a variety of technical and administrative areas. For example, Leidos provides subject matter expertise in litigation and eDiscovery, public safety technology testing and outreach, grant application peer review, and communication support. Several of our high-profile communications products have been recognized by the National Association of Government Communicators amongst others.