The indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract was awarded by the FBI’s Human Resources Division, Medical Operations and Readiness Unit. The single-award, firm fixed price contract has a maximum value of $110 million if all options are exercised. It includes a 12-month base period of performance with four 12-month options.
“We are proud to provide excellent occupational health services to FBI employees to help them carry out their important missions,” said Liz Porter, Leidos Health Group president.
“I know the FBI’s challenges and dedication to mission personally, with a member of my family being one of the bureau’s dedicated public servants. With this contract, we are building on the services we currently provide to the FBI while continuing to meet their high standards,” Porter said.
“QTC brings decades of direct, hands-on experience in medical exams and occupational health services to this new contract with the FBI,” said Larry Schaefer, QTC CEO. “We are excited to expand our work serving FBI personnel who protect and serve all of us.”