Science, information technology (IT) and engineering company Leidos has secured seven new task orders worth $250m under the Multi-Intelligence Analytical and Collection Support Services (MACSS) programme.
The task orders were awarded by the US Department of Defense’s (DoD) combat support National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA).
Under the current task orders, the company will be responsible for delivering a wide range of analytical support to NGA and its mission partners. Support services include geospatial and imagery analysis, data science, multimedia services and full motion video analysis.
The company has won prime contracts for MACSS Geospatial Intelligence (MACSS GEOINT), MACSS Full Motion Video (MACSS FMV), and a subcontract for MACSS SOURCE.
Leidos defense and intelligence president Tim Reardon said: “MACSS is one of many large analytic programmes we have that supports the national security efforts of the intelligence community and the DoD.
“This award demonstrates our proven success and steadfast commitment to provide the right people to solve our customer’s most challenging problems.”
Work on the projects will be mainly conducted in Springfield, Virginia, and St Louis, Missouri, US, over the next five and a half years.
For more than a decade, Leidos has been supporting the MACSS programme and its predecessor contracts.
The US NGA is responsible for collecting, assessing and distributing geospatial intelligence in order to support national security.