Leidos of Reston, VA announced on September 12 that it was selected as the prime task order awardee by the General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Systems Integration and Management Center (FEDSIM), on behalf of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), to provide operations and maintenance, security, optimization, enhancement, design, engineering, architecture, integration, configuration, testing, and expansion of the Homeland Secure Data Network (HSDN) and the Classified Local Area Network (C-LAN) under the Secure Enterprise Network Systems, Services and Support (SENS3) task order.
The single-award task order has a base period and five one-year option periods, with a total estimated value of approximately $684 million. Work will be performed primarily in Lorton, VA and at various DHS locations. The task order was awarded under the GSA Alliant contract vehicle.
Leidos will apply its expertise as the largest provider of information technology services to the federal government to assist DHS in achieving its SENS3 program mission to maintain and manage effective, secure, and classified, information sharing with intelligence, law enforcement communities, and other communities of interest. Under the task order, Leidos will provide innovative services and solutions in support of DHS mission critical networks. Support will include instilling Continual Service Improvement throughout the life of the task order.
“We’re proud that DHS has entrusted Leidos to operate and modernize its enterprise systems to support information sharing and intelligence missions across all DHS Components, including Federal, state, local, and tribal partners,” said Leidos Group President Angie Heise. “Our operational excellence and understanding of DHS mission-critical needs will streamline information sharing across all DHS stakeholders.”