Leidos has been awarded a new blanket purchase agreement by the Transportation Department to provide program and technical support to the Federal Highway Administration’s Office of Policy and Governmental Affairs.
The multiple-award contract has a 5-year base period of performance followed by a 6-month option period. It has an estimated value of $60 million, and work will be performed at multiple Leidos facilities.
“We look forward to working with the FHWA on this program to provide support in assessing data and increasing safety on our roads,” said Fran Hill, senior vice president of Leidos’ transportation solutions. “This win reinforces our capabilities to provide critical, mission-focused policy support.”
Through this contract, Leidos will support FHWA efforts to develop highway and intergovernmental policy positions, analyze the impact of investment on transportation performance and the economy, and enhance the administration’s strategic plan and performance management processes. This will support expert consultation services with cutting-edge data acquisition and demand modeling.
The contract expands Leidos’ work with DOT and FHWA. Leidos also supports FHWA’s Office of Safety and Office of Operations with critical services that strengthen U.S. infrastructure.