Leidos Inks Traveler Processing, Vetting Software Deal

Science and technology company Leidos has been awarded a new blanket purchase agreement by the Customs and Border Protection to provide software development services and related specialized equipment.

The single-award BPA has a total estimated value of $960 million. It includes a 1-year base period of performance, followed by four 1-year option periods.

“Leidos has a rich history with CBP, helping safeguard our ports and borders, and facilitating commerce and travel,” said Vicki Schmanske, Leidos Intelligence Group president. “This BPA extends this work and draws upon Leidos’ deep capabilities in both agile software development and SecDevOps, to support CBP’s essential national security mission.”

Under the BPA and its subsequent task orders, Leidos is to provide a full range of software development life cycle services to support CBP’s mission to safeguard America’s borders and enhance the nation’s global economic competitiveness.

Leidos will also provide and maintain a variety of specialized equipment to support traveler enrollment and processing, including kiosks, workstations, biometric capture devices, document readers and telecommunications equipment.

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