Cindy Gurey shares insights on providing enterprise managed services for the DOJ
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Using the cloud to move toward a secure, agile government
“Most of our customers understand their drivers, but it’s a prioritization to help them achieve those results,” said Angie Heise, the president of the Civil Group for Leidos.
The impact of mobility and collaboration on IT modernization
Doug Jones, technical core competency lead for IT modernization at Leidos joined Federal News Radio to discussed some of the challenges with real-time collaboration.
Putting the cloud to work in government
Keith Johnson, chief technology officer and chief engineer for Leidos’ Defense and Intelligence Group joined Federal News Radio to share insights in the areas of cost, analysis and user experience.
#Innovidual Rowland Max-Lino
We’re a company full of innovative individuals, or as we call them, #innoviduals. This month’s #innovidual is Rowland Max-Lino, Chief Engineer for Leidos UK/Europe's Civil, Defence & Health division.
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Happy 60th Anniversary, NASA
Celebrate NASA 60th anniversary.
What is the Hanford Site, and how is Leidos 'moving it forward?'
Spectators of the Washington Capitals' Stanley Cup victory parade likely saw the team’s ice resurfacer, which proudly displays our logo and a message about our important work on the Hanford Site.
Improving the Passenger Experience with Passenger Flow Management
This paper reveals how a Passenger Flow Management approach can help airports optimize wait times, reduce overhead, maximize revenue, and improve the overall passenger experience.
Davis family’s connection to NBA 2K League goes deeper than a corporate sponsorship
Dan Davis was in his freshman year of college when left school to go live in Memphis and play video games. His dad Dale and brother Nick -- who are Leidos employees -- couldn't be more supportive.
This engineer's work could be one giant leap for RF imaging from outer space
This spring, Leidos engineer John Kendra was named one of 25 NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC) Fellows. Dr. Kendra's research is on the concept of "Rotary motion-extended array synthesis."
Thoughts on leadership: An interview with Tracy Greenfield
From leading the MOD logistics programme to protecting the increasingly sophisticated but ever-vulnerable public and private sectors, Leidos UK & Europe is an evolving, mission-focused organisation.
Innovating in an age of change: A Q&A with Angela Heise
As president of our Civil group, Heise leads a team that is helping shape the infrastructure of the future for public and private sector organizations serving important missions.
Leidos Awarded GEO 7 Task Order to Enhance U.S. Air Traffic System
A task order has been awarded by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to develop the 7th Generation geostationary earth orbit (GEO) satellite used for the FAA Wide Area Augmentation System.
Maximizing Capacity through Forecasting Whitepaper
Through effective demand forecasting and passenger measurement, operators can extend the capacity of their terminal operations without the need for significant capital investment.
Leveraging Agile for FBI’s Next Generation Identification System
Biometrics has been and continues to be incredibly useful to the FBI, and as technologies evolve, CJIS continues to look to for new ways to improve Next Generation Identification (NGI).
[Webinar] Operational Terminal Prediction: Maximizing airport capacity through forecasting demand
OTP moves beyond just data collection to predictive analysis, enabling airports to make more efficient use of existing capacity and to ultimately improve the passenger experience.
Leidos launches SkyLine-X™ Air Traffic Management system
SkyLine-X™ enables easier information sharing between airports, airlines and air navigation service providers.
Leading Leidos Women: Sharen Madge in the United Kingdom
Sharen Madge is based in Farnborough, England and has worked at Leidos for four years. She is the Head of Capture for our UK Civil Group.
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