The Cyber Workforce, Part 1: Where we are and where we need to be
This is the first in a five-part series that analyzes the current and future state of the cybersecurity wor...
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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.
Leidos experts featured on Nextgov's new podcast on emerging technology in government
Each episode has guests from the federal space, including some of our Leidos experts, who are leaders and innovators in procuring and managing tech.
Healthy appetite for data: How the NHS can use information to improve outcomes
In March, Leidos sponsored the third in a series of roundtables discussing the National Health Service. The topic of this event was "The Future Application of Advanced Analytics in Health and Care."
Simon Daykin contributes to panel discussion on cloud security
The CTO for Leidos UK's Civil, Defence and Health businesses discussed the potential benefits cloud technology can offer to forces at the front line and the potential obstacles the technology faces.
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."
Leidos Biomedical Research staff advance Genomic Data Commons capabilities
A recent study examining how mutations of a certain gene could affect clinical management of a common type of brain tumor is one of the first examples of the GDC's impact on cancer research.
Country roads and high-tech careers: Technological rebirth in the heart of coal country
To understand West Virginia’s emerging tech industry, you have to understand the Mountain State itself, the heart of American coal country and a formidable player in Rust Belt manufacturing.
User-centric IT support, patient-centric mission
Learn how the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services focus on modernised device management to support user experience and productivity.
Identifying community health risks with data-derived insight
Learn how the CDC uses our secure end-to-end big data analytics solution to reveal previously undetected information and possible outbreak factors for a community in Indiana.
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.
Helping Veterans Affairs at the ground level
Health Group president Jon Scholl explains to Federal News Radio how Leidos supports the VA on two key fronts
Borders of the future: How technology will change immigration and security systems
John Mears, a Leidos VP and Tech Follow, and Sharen Madge, Head of Capture for Leidos UK, participated in a recent roundtable on technologies for border security in the United Kingdom.
Leidos awarded Department of Veterans Affairs IT modernization task order
The award is aligned with the VA’s next phase of IT transformation, which is focused on consolidating data centers and updating cloud services.
An analysis of GAO's bid protest statistics
With the GAO releasing bid protest statistics for the fiscal year 2017 Leidos EVP & General Counsel Jerry Howe, with colleagues from Fried Frank, analyze the trends evident in the latest numbers
Enterprise IT Overview
Leidos is a recognized leader in enterprise IT modernization. We take a user-centric approach to enterprise IT modernization that focuses on the user and the mission first and foremost.
The Cyber Workforce, Part 5: What does success look like?
Over the course of this series, we've discussed the need for more cybersecurity professionals and how we must look for new talent to build dynamic teams. But what does success look like?
Leidos to Support Social Security Administration Under Prime Information Technology Support Services Contract
Leidos will provide lifecycle activities for software improvement, database and data administration, software engineering and management support, and systems administration and security support.
Five pitfalls to avoid when building your insider risk program
Despite continued investments in security measures to control and monitor access to sensitive data, more organizations feel vulnerable to breaches caused by insiders
Securing Government against tomorrow’s threats: an interview with Leidos CIO, Steve Hull
Steve speaks with Federal News Radio on how Leidos does its cybersecurity and then derives lessons that can be applied to the federal government.
NEWS: U.S. Department of Agriculture awards Leidos prime contract for shared services