Roughly one in every five Leidos employees is a veteran. Some of their stories are featured annually in our Heroes of Leidos series. In this video, we introduce you to Keith June, who served in the United States Army for 30 years and volunteered to serve in Iraq after the events of 9/11.
Honoring veterans through our actions
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The pro bono power launch: How Leidos hit the ground running
Kristin Grimes, director of the Leidos Pro Bono Program, shares insights and lessons learned about the process she led in order to successfully launch an in-house pro bono program.
D.C. United helps raise awareness on keeping the Anacostia River clean
To mark Earth Day, and in celebration of MLS WORKS' Greener Goals Week of Service, D.C. United partnered with Anacostia Riverkeeper to help educate the community about the impacts of littering.
Leidos UK staff mentor young people and encourage STEM through Career Ready
For several years, Leidos has supported Career Ready, a UK-wide charity that links employers with schools to open up the world of work to young people.
A winning alliance: Leidos, Lightning Robotics and FIRST
This time last year, a group of 130 teenagers on the Leidos-sponsored Lightning Robotics team joined forces with three other teams to win the St. Louis branch of the FIRST Robotics World Championship.
Deactivating deadly drugs throughout Maryland
In an impressive logistical feat, Maryland National Guard trucks distributed roughly 100,000 Deterra® drug deactivation kits from the Aberdeen Proving Ground to first responders throughout the state.
Leidos-sponsored technology panels inspire on International Women's Day
Leidos staff in the United Kingdom attended and participated in Scottish Women in Technology panels held in Glasgow and Edinburgh on International Women's Day on March 8.
Photos: Leidos Scoop helps lift spirits at the Children's Inn
The Children's Inn at the National Institutes of Health is a non-profit, free-of-charge residence for families and their children who are participating in groundbreaking pediatric research.
This veteran's new mission is to fight kidney disease
As a kidney donor and current intern for the National Kidney Foundation, Leidos employee David Sultzer shares his family's story and explains why it's important for him to help raise awareness.
Pro Bono Program takes off thanks to team effort
The first full year of the Leidos Pro Bono Program was a great success, marked by several special events and initiatives. Join us as we take a look back at our 2017 efforts.
Remembrance wreaths honor the fallen
National Wreaths Across America Day is a day of gratitude and reflection, and it's become an annual tradition for many employees around the United States.
Heroes of Leidos: Megan Martine
Roughly one in every five Leidos employees is a veteran. In this video, we introduce you to Megan Martine, a Marine who followed the footsteps of her father and grandfathers.
Honoring veterans through our actions
On Veterans Day, we should do more than sing the praises of the veterans we know. We should demonstrate how we value them through our actions.
Leidos Chief Executive Officer Roger Krone Honored with CR Magazine 2017 Responsible CEO of the Year Award
Krone received this award in recognition of his strong commitment and personal stewardship of corporate responsibility initiatives across Leidos.
Making memories at the Marine Corps Marathon: Runners, volunteers share their stories
The 42nd Annual Marine Corps Marathon is this Sunday. Leidos is a presenting sponsor of the Marathon for the first time, but our employees are no strangers to this wonderful event.
Why I'm running the Marine Corps Marathon
I'm running to honor my son, Patrick, who enlisted in the Marine Corps after graduating high school. This will be my third MCM. I've run it each year he's been in the Marine Corps.
Unused opioids are a threat to those around you
On Oct. 28, the U.S. Department of Justice and Drug Enforcement Administration will host the 14th National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.
The 9/11 Promise Run: A 240-mile tribute from the Pentagon to Ground Zero
From Sept. 9–11, Paul Veronie participated in the 9/11 Promise Run. Established in 2016, this remarkable event is a 3-day team relay that goes from the Pentagon to Ground Zero in New York City.
D.C. United and Leidos present fourth annual Armed Forces Week
The series of events will honor the proud men, women and families of the U.S. Armed Forces for their dedication and service to the country and will culminate in Armed Forces Night on Sept. 23.
Naloxone: The "overdose drug"
Earlier this month, Leidos employees joined Virginia state politicians and federal law enforcement officials at the foundation’s first public opioid reversal and training event.
The Opioid Epidemic: A call to action