The General Services Administration has awarded Leidos a prime position on a multiple-award contract to offer management, consulting, logistics and engineering services to government agencies.
Leidos said Tuesday the agency’s Consolidated Schedule for professional services has a potential 20-year work period with no price ceiling limit.
“This vehicle provides our customers with a quick way to meet their professional solutions requirements and provides Leidos with a key contract vehicle to perform in our core markets,” said Mike Leiter, executive vice president and chief of business development and strategy at Leidos.
GSA has merged the MOBIS, LOGWORLD and PES schedules into the Consolidated Schedule.
The company also supports agencies through the agency’s government-wide One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services program.