Leidos Nets $47M In Army Base Emergency-Response Work

Law360, New York (December 2, 2013, 7:24 PM EST) -- Leidos Inc. said Monday it had clinched $47 million in task orders from the U.S. Army to implement new emergency management systems at domestic and international bases that will broaden hazard alerting capabilities to new channels, including smartphones and social media.

Leidos, the reborn version of Science Applications International Corp. following the September spinoff of its information-technology business, said it won the task orders for engineering, design and field support for the Emergency Management Modernization Program, an integrated acquisition program managing emergency response capabilities at Army...
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