Leidos has won a position on a potential five-year, $50 million contract to provide engineering support for the Defense Department's corrosion control initiatives.
The blanket purchase agreement from Washington Headquarters Services covers work for the Corrosion Prevention and Mitigation Program for one base year and up to four option years, Leidos said Wednesday.
WHS acquires services for the Office of the Secretary of Defense, DoD agencies and offices in the National Capital Region.
“We recognize the severe impact corrosion can have on military equipment and infrastructure, so we look forward to providing our technical and policy expertise to help with corrosion prevention, control, and mitigation activities across the DoD,” said James Moos, a Leidos group president.
WHS selected Leidos for engineering and technical support services related to policy and oversight, communications, metrics, training and other focus areas.