The Naval Information Warfare Systems Command has awarded science and technology company Leidos the Next Generation Enterprise Network Re-compete Service Management, Integration & Transport contract to provide global network services.
Worth roughly $7.7 billion, the single award, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity, firm-fixed-price and cost-plus-fixed-fee contract has a 5-year base period of performance, followed by three 1-year option periods.
Under the deal, Leidos will be tasked with the shore-based networks and data management for the Department of the Navy’s Program Executive Office, Enterprise Information Systems and the Naval Enterprise Network Program Office. The goal is to enhance capability and service under one enterprise network construct. Key services to be provided include transport services, network operations, IT service management, user support services and system engineering.
“Leidos is proud to provide sailors and marines around the world with the tools they need to gain a warfighting edge in the modern digital landscape,” said Gerry Fasano, Leidos Defense Group president. “Under the enterprise construct of NGEN-R, we look forward to unifying and fortifying existing networks while providing cost-efficiencies to the U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps.”
Work will be performed globally, headquartered out of the Washington D.C., metropolitan area.