Leidos has won a $661.8 million contract from the US Army to design, produce, integrate and test for the Airborne Reconnaissance Low-Enhanced (ARL-E) program of record.
The contract has a five-year period of performance, the company announced today.
The ARL-E is a manned multi-INT airborne platform that provides a persistent capability to detect, locate, classify/identify and track surface targets in day/night, near-all-weather conditions, with a high degree of timeliness and accuracy.
The first task order will provide the System of Systems (SoS) integration of an extensible Mission Equipment Payload (MEP), including the modification of Bombardier DHC-8 aircraft.
Through the duration of the task order contract, Leidos, with its partner Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) and teammates Argon ST (a Boeing Company), L-3 ComCept, and Dynamic Aviation, will provide low-cost, high-maturity solutions using a flexible open architecture that enables integration of future capabilities, promotes growth, and maximizes the Army's investments.
The team has operationally integrated and flown every type of Government identified sensor in the ARL-E solicitation, validating the company's offering for the ARL-E mission equipment payload (MEP) as a technologically sound, low-risk solution.
Leidos has won a $14 million contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to provide research and development in support of Phase 2 for the Shared Spectrum Access for Radar and Communications (SSPARC) program. The contract has an eleven month base period of performance, an eleven month option, the company announced Tuesday
Exelis and Leidos have been selected to continue to evolve advanced technology development for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's (DARPA) Adaptive Radar Countermeasures (ARC) program, Exelis said in a statement Today. The five-year subcontract from Leidos could be worth up to $15
Leidos has won a contract from US Army Space and Missile Defense Command to provide technical solutions for countering Narcoterrorism. Leidos is one of four contractors eligible to compete for work in support of the Counter-Narcoterrorism Technology Program Office (CNTPO)
Leidos is being awarded a $49 million contract for the supply of hardware equipment and logistic support for the ship control system, navigation critical distribution system, ship control display system, automated bridge system, and various human machine interface display applications for five years. Work is expected to be completed by December 2016, the US department of defense said in a statement Friday
Leidos has completed initial performance trials of the technology demonstration vessel it is developing for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)'s Anti-Submarine Warfare Continuous Trail Unmanned Vessel (ACTUV) program. The at-sea tests took place off the coast of San Diego, California
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