The Department of Justice (DOJ) has awarded Leidos the Enterprise Standard Architecture V (ESA V) task order to provide managed IT services for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF).
The single award hybrid task order has one ten-month and two one-year base periods of performance followed by six one-year option periods. It includes a ceiling value not to exceed $850 million. Work will be performed in Washington, D.C. and Clinton, Miss., supporting both domestic and international customer sites.
ESA V serves ATF and several other DOJ components, including the United States Trustee Program, the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Antitrust Division, the Justice Management Division and the Office of the Inspector General. These DOJ components conduct law enforcement missions that are both unclassified and classified, on U.S. soil and outside of the continental U.S.
Under the ESA V task order, Leidos will expand upon its continuous innovation, integration and improvement model to facilitate economies of scale in managed IT services. These managed services include help desk, unified communications, application and hosting, monitoring and management, print, and user device experience. The program team will also support special operations as needed.