Leidos to Offer Healthcare IT, Cyber Services via GSA Schedule 70

The General Services Administration has selected Leidos to provide healthcare information technology and cybersecurity services to customer agencies via the company’s position on the IT Schedule 70 governmentwide contract vehicle.

Leidos said Wednesday the multiple-award, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract will run through Dec. 12, 2032, and has no price ceiling limit.

Gerry Fasano, chief of business development and strategy at Leidos, said the expanded scope of the company’s offerings on Schedule 70 will support its expansion goals in the health IT and cybersecurity markets.

Fasano added the contract vehicle allows the company to help customers address their mission requirements.

Leidos offers support services to the government under the Schedule 70 program’s cyber hunt, health IT, incident response, penetration testing, risk and vulnerability assessment special item numbers.

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