Leidos has won a follow-on prime contract from the Transportation Security Administration to continue providing hazardous materials management and disposal services at over 430 federalized airports.
“For more than 18 years, Leidos has supported the TSA in meeting the complex regulatory compliance requirements associated with the disposal of hazardous waste in all states and territories,” said Leidos Senior Vice President and Integrated Missions Operation Manager Eric Freeman.
The single-award contract has an approximate value of $55 million and includes a 9-month base period of performance, followed by four 1-year option periods. The work will be in airports across the continental U.S., Alaska, Hawaii and all U.S. territories.
“We are proud to continue performing this important work while protecting our nation’s transportation systems and the traveling public,” Freeman said.
Under the contract, Leidos will provide regulatory support to ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulations for the management, transportation and disposition of hazardous materials and waste. This includes the management and operation of Leidos’ online documentation and record-keeping system HazOUT.