Four Points to Provide NASA Managed Print Services Through Leidos Partnership

Jeff Brody

Leidos has selected Four Points Technology to deliver managed print services to NASA through a potential $2.9B information technology support contract awarded in February.

Four Points CEO David Gilchrist said in a statement released Friday the service-disabled veteran-owned company will work with HP Inc. to support Leidos and the agency on the NASA End-user Services & Technologies contract.

"As a small business focused exclusively on serving our government customers, we are excited to continue that service with strategic partnerships," Gilchrist added.

The NEST program covers IT end-user services to NASA headquarters and facilities worldwide.

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