Leidos, a global science and technology solutions provider based in Reston, Va., is set to support the Department of Veteran’s Affairs under a $12 million prime agreement that contracts the company to provide systems integration support and services to the group’s Consolidated Mail Outpatient Pharmacy (CMOP), the company announced earlier last month.
The single-award firm-fixed-price contract positions the company to deliver work to company facilities based primarily in Tucson, Ariz.
The outpatient pharmacy exists within a network of automated production facilities that use robotic devices, conveyor systems and human factors to fill and ship millions of prescriptions each year for health care beneficiaries.
Leidos Health President Steve Comber said the company is pleased to support the VA through system integration support and software development, modification, documentation and support services:
“Leidos is excited to address the VA’s initiatives to standardize and modernize the CMOP national and local operations, and help usher in the next-generation CMOP infrastructure that will deliver excellent service to many of our veterans, military service members, and their families,” Comber said.
Leidos, headquartered in Reston, Va., reported revenues of $5.77 billion for the fiscal year ending Jan. 31, 2014.