Leidos’ November Sweeps, Government IT Provider Racks Up Wins

In a series of announcements the company showcases its latest wins across various dimensions. Perhaps the most exciting is its partnership with Pharicode on a $2.9 billion contract for NASA End-User Services and Technology, otherwise known as NEST.

Under the single-award, for a fixed-price the work will be performed at 10 NASA centers nationwide. Lloyd Godson, Co-Founder and Managing Director of Pharicode, commented, “The Pharicode team has worked with a variety of government agencies and we’re thrilled to partner with Leidos to develop robust, innovative, and secure IT solutions for NASA.”

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Pharicode is a leading provider of technology services, managed services and staff augmentation to federal, state, and local government organizations. It also happens to be based in Huntsville Alabama where NEST will also be managed.

Leidos also recently announced its plans to move into a new office tower in Reston, Virginia. They will occupy the full building which will have 17 stories and 276,000 square feet. It will be Leidos’ new headquarters with a targeted ready date of March 2020.

Thirdly, Leidos won an $87 million IT support contract in serving as the system integrator on record for the Australian Taxation Office. The company will provide the ATO with service desk and IT service management as well as a modernization program.

Leidos Australia chief executive Christine Zeitz commented, “Leidos Australia is proud of our contribution to the ATO and its customers,” further adding, “We are delighted to continue delivering these quality services and supporting the ATO in achieving their strategic objectives.”