Navy OKs Key Management Infrastructure Task Order for Leidos

Sharon Pritchard, competition advocate at Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific, has confirmed the justification of a task order for Leidos under a multiple award contract for technical and cybersecurity services.

The company would provide key management infrastructure services under the order as part of the Unrestricted Cyberspace Science, Research, Engineering and Technology Integration contract, the U.S. Navy said Wednesday in a FedBizOpps notice.

Services under the task order would include electronic key management system and KMI transition support, intermediary application development and integration and associated testing.

Work would support the Navy, the U.S. Army and the Department of State.

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