Leidos wins potential $1.76B FAA contract
Reston-based contractor will modernize National Airspace System
Reston-based Fortune 500 government contractor Leidos Holdings Inc. was awarded a 10-year contract potentially worth $1.76 billion to continue implementing National Airspace System modernization programs for the Federal Aviation Administration, the U.S. Department of Transportation announced Tuesday.
The NAS Integration Support Contract IV contract has a four-year base period and two three-year options. The $1.4 billion NISC III contract was awarded in 2010 to Lockheed Martin’s former information systems and global solutions department, which was purchased by Leidos in 2016. Work includes system upgrades, technology development, planning and implementation support
With annual revenues of $11.09 billion last year and 37,000 employees, Leidos specializes in technology and engineering services for defense agencies.