Leidos has been awarded a follow-on prime contract to continue providing nationwide support services for the Transportation Security Administration’s checkpoint screening equipment.
The contract is for four months with multiple options to extend the contract for up to five years. If all options are exercised, the contract would be worth about $926 million.
“For more than 15 years, we’ve provided the right people and solutions to help enable TSA’s mission to ensure the freedom of movement for people and commerce,” said Scott Gray, Leidos homeland security solutions senior vice president. “We’re honored to continue providing critical logistics support for a program of national importance that helps secure the homeland and protects our nation’s transportation infrastructure.”
TSA has more than 10,000 pieces of passenger screening equipment at nearly 450 airports and other government facilities. Leidos will provide a range of services under the contract, including management of TSA’s Service Response Center.