Under the potential five-year, $76 million prime contract, Leidos will conduct a range of services, including operations, maintenance, system development and data center operations, in support of OCSE, the company said Thursday.
Liz Porter, president of Leidos’ health group, said the company will help advance the office’s mission of encouraging parental responsibility and providing essential support for children.
“Our expert team looks forward to providing OCSE with innovative and modernized solutions to enhance their capabilities to ensure that children across the country receive the support they need and deserve,” Porter added.
Leidos’ work under the contract will be performed primarily in Maryland and will support OCSE’s Federal Parent Locator Service, which is a national computer matching system used to obtain data on non-custodial parents, putative fathers and child support cases to help the office establish custody, visitation rights and child support obligations as well as process adoptions.
The new prime contract continues the company’s 25-year partnership with the OCSE.