Leidos

Navy awards $4B shipboard network production contract

The program known as CANES enters increment two of full production to consolidate the networks.

Inside the Army’s newest spy plane

Already watching over Ukraine, Leidos’ ARTEMIS is part of the service’s growing fleet of contractor-owned intelligence aircraft.

INSIDER EXCLUSIVE: Execs share their company's Energy strategies

Leaders at Leidos and ICF share firsthand experience of their companies' work with the Energy Department on emerging technologies, plus their partnering strategies and the impacts of climate change.

CACI's $2.4B NSA win faces challenges

The National Security Agency will take another look at bids after a pair of protests.

Air travel rebound presents a growth opportunity for Leidos

Leidos spent $1 billion to buy an aviation screening business over two years ago and as COVID worries wane, airports are busy again to give the company a chance to make good on the investment.

Peraton renews protests of Leidos' SSA wins

At least $500 million in Social Security IT work is at stake here.

Leidos adds former NOAA exec to climate team

The company is pushing to create more products that help turn data into intelligence.

Veterans Affairs chooses 17 for $650M tech R&D vehicle

Advanced manufacturing, data transformation and digital health innovation are among the VA's key focus areas for this contract.

Leidos names retired vice admiral to lead maritime group

That business includes naval engineering, autonomous underwater vehicles and advanced sensors.

Leidos relishes background role for Artemis rocket launch

The company's ideal and best outcome: no one notices them on launch day.

Peraton gets second chance at $800M in Social Security IT work

The Social Security Administration will no longer conduct a price realism analysis, which was the main sticking point of Peraton's protest.

Leidos CEO sees a new era where jobs outnumber people

Investors heard Roger Krone's thinking on human capital issues as well as Leidos' latest acquisition focused on growing its presence Down Under.

Air Force chooses 7 for $762M data platform support contract

The "Vault" platform houses cloud-based tools for Air Force personnel to connect with each other.

PROJECT 38: Inside Leidos' business development approach

Keeping Leidos' pipeline as the federal technology market's largest company full is the job of its Chief Business Development Officer Debbie Opiekun, who in this episode explains the company's philosophy of pursuing opportunities.

Lack of documentation nixes $100M FEMA award

The Federal Emergency Management Agency awarded a disaster training services contract to Leidos without adequately explaining why, according to a new bid protest decision.

TOP 100: How Leidos runs its BD function

For this Q&A, Leidos' business development leader takes us inside the company's wins and how it makes those crucial decisions of when to and not to bid.