Leidos has received a potential three-year, $11 million task order to update and maintain the U.S. Army‘s Joint Integrated Air and Missile Defense simulator.
The company said Thursday it will also provide technical support for the JIAMD hardware-in-the-loop test platform.
“Leidos is proud to continue providing modeling and simulation services to the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command,” said John Fratamico, a group president at Leidos.
The contract falls under the Warfighter Modeling Simulation Analysis and Integration Support program and contains one base year and two option years.
The company will perform work in Fort Worth, Texas.