Leidos has been awarded a new prime contract to provide non-medical counseling to military service members and their families through the Military and Family Life Counseling, or MFLC, program.
The cost-plus-award-fee contract was awarded by the General Services Administration’s Federal Systems Integration and Management Center, in support of the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Military Community and Family Policy’s Office of Military Community Support Programs.
It has a total estimated value of $2 billion and includes a 12-month base period with four 12-month options and two 12-month award term incentive periods.
“For over 50 years, Leidos has been proud to serve the military and veteran community,” said Roger Krone, Leidos chairman and CEO. “We are excited to expand this legacy by supporting the MFLC program, service members and their families as they navigate the challenges and joys of military life.”
Liz Porter, Leidos Health Group president, added:
“The health and welfare of our military and their families is vital to our national security and readiness. With over 16,000 veterans employed by Leidos and as a proud military spouse myself, this work is both meaningful and personal. We’re committed to excellence and look forward to supporting military families through this new contract.”
Through this contract, Leidos will provide face-to-face non-medical counseling, consultation and outreach services at approximately 100 U.S. military installations or nearby civilian communities.