Military Times Recognizes Leidos for Veteran Employment, Support Initiatives

Jeff Brody

Leidos ranked 16th among 113 for-profit companies on this year's Military Times Best for Vets Employer List.

The science and technology firm said Monday that 2019 marks the sixth straight year it has appeared on the list, which evaluates for-profit, non-profit and government organizations based on "their support, recruitment, and care for military veterans, service members, and their families."

The Best for Vets Employer List is produced by online news site Military Times. Companies that seek to appear on the list file applications and are made to answer a survey as part of the assessment process.

For 2019, Military Times received nearly 200 submissions. Among those featured in this year's list are General Motors, Lockheed Martin, Wells Fargo, AT&T and Boeing.

Military Times has conducted the ranking annually since 2010.

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