LEIDOS Awarded $47M US Army Contract
Leidos (NYSE: LDOS) announced it was awarded task orders by the U.S. Army to provide engineering, design and fielding support for the Emergency Management Modernization Program (EM2P). The single-award firm fixed-price task orders have a total contract value of approximately $47 million. The task orders were awarded under the EM2P for Enhanced 9-1-1 (E9-1-1) and Mass Warning and Notification (MWN), with Network Alerting Systems and Telephone Alerting System. Work will be performed at Army installations within and outside the continental United States.
The U.S. Army EM2P is the single integrated acquisition program for the design, procurement, fielding, new equipment training, and life-cycle management of emergency management capabilities in support of Army installations.
Under the E9-1-1 task order, Leidos will provide site surveys, designs, procurement, fielding, training and support of E9-1-1 systems, including integration with computer-aided dispatch and land-mobile radio systems. The systems will improve response time, accuracy, and enable on-base 9-1-1 calls to be routed directly to on-base emergency responders, instead of requiring callers to dial a seven-digit number.
Under the MWN task order, Leidos will provide an enterprise