Leidos wins US Army intelligence and security command contract

9 December 2013 (Last Updated December 9th, 2013 18:30)

Leidos has been awarded task orders to offer intelligence analysis support for the US Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM).

Leidos has been awarded task orders to offer intelligence analysis support for the US Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM).

Valued at $19m, the cost-plus fixed-fee (CPFF) contract comes with a one-year base period of performance, in addition to a single year option.

Leidos will carry out work on the project at the Fort Belvoir, Virginia, US, as part of the contract awarded under the INSCOM Omnibus III contract vehicle.

"Skilled analysts from Leidos will provide computer network operations and digital network intelligence, as well as other highly technical intelligence regulations."

Under the latest task order, Leidos will be responsible to offer support for the digital network intelligence analysis, computer network operations, targeting, counter-terrorism, counterintelligence, malware, cyber discovery, requirements management and collection management.

As well as offering computer network operations, skilled analysts from Leidos will provide computer network operations and digital network intelligence, as well as other highly technical intelligence regulations.

Leidos senior vice-president and group general manager Larry Hill said: "Leidos is proud to provide continued support of the critical signals intelligence technical development mission and to expand intelligence analysis support with our team."

Leido has recently received a $47m contract to offer engineering, design and fielding support for the US Army's Emergency Management Modernisation Programme (EM2P).

As part of the contract, the company will carry out site surveys, designs, procurement, fielding, training and support of E9-1-1 systems, in addition to integration with computer-aided dispatch and land-mobile radio systems.

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