Leidos has been awarded a potential three-year, $10 million task order to help the U.S. Army maintain and operate a system designed to track military equipment.
The company said Tuesday it will support the Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced platform in collaboration with the Army Communications Electronic Command’s Software Engineering Center.
“We look forward to maintaining maximum system availability, accuracy and accessibility for U.S. Army organizations around the world,” said Sam Gordy, a Leidos group president.
The order contains one base year and two option years and work will primarily occur at Fort Lee, Virginia.
The PBUSE system is designed to monitor the Army’s accountable items and support the military service’s planning, management and readiness operations.