Leidos wins $143M contract for DIA’s tech platform.

February 15, 2024

TLDR: Leidos has been awarded a $143 million contract by the Defense Intelligence Agency’s (DIA) Science & Technology Directorate to design and implement a new Tasking, Collection, Processing, Exploitation and Dissemination (TCPED) system for the DIA’s Open Source Intelligence Integration Center (OSIC). This contract will enhance the DIA’s ability to process and analyze large amounts of data and improve intelligence sharing across federal agencies.

Leidos will build upon its existing work with the National Media Exploitation Center’s (NMEC) Data Discovery Platform (D3P) to develop the new TCPED system for OSIC. The system will utilize artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities to enhance the collection and exploitation of data, enabling more effective analysis and identification of national security threats. Work will be conducted in the National Capital Region and across multiple Leidos facilities.

According to Roy Stevens, Leidos National Security Sector President, this contract is an important investment in AI and machine learning capabilities in support of critical intelligence missions. Leidos is known for its innovative and mission-focused solutions and is excited to extend its success at NMEC to OSIC and the broader DIA S&T Directorate.

Leidos is a Fortune 500 science and technology global leader, addressing challenges in national security and health. The company’s workforce of 47,000 collaborates to provide smart technology solutions to customers in regulated industries. Leidos reported annual revenues of approximately $15.4 billion for the fiscal year ended December 29, 2023.