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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.
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
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).
Leading Leidos Women: Susan Gugel in the United States
Susan Gugel is a Deputy Program Manager for the Modeling, Simulation and Training Division of our Advanced Solutions Group. Based out of Orlando, she has spent her entire 24-year career with Leidos.
Military health and the move from legacy systems
Leidos Health was presented with the challenge of modernizing the Military Health Clinical Health Support System. Doug Barton joined Federal News Radio to discuss these issues and more.
We explored an abandoned railroad tunnel in the name of research
The Parallax 3D team recently conducted a research and development project that involved an expedition of a historic railroad tunnel near Charlottesville, Va.
Building a healthy connection between technology and people: An interview with Jon Scholl
The Leidos Health group president discusses how the company is taking the lead in health care technology, and what’s next for the industry overall.
Meeting the challenges of an uncertain world: An interview with CEO Roger Krone
After nearly 50 years of tackling the world’s most complex problems — addressing challenges in the defense, intelligence, civil and health care markets — Krone still sees blue skies ahead for Leidos.
TeraText® highlights commitment to innovation and collaboration
TeraText is a suite of products that includes a number of technologies for solving complex archival, search, and text-oriented problems.
Defense Intelligence Agency awards Leidos prime contract
Leidos will apply more than 40 years of systems integration expertise to develop the DOMEX Data Discovery Platform.
A novel solution to a complex command and control system
The U.S. Army's AFATDS has provided command and control functions for the Army, the Marine Corps, and allied militaries since 1981. When the system needed to be upgraded, the Army turned to Leidos.
Leidos-led team launches MHS GENESIS at Naval Hospital Bremerton
MHS GENESIS successful launch at Naval Hospital Bremerton is another important milestone in our partnership with the DoD achieving success in modernizing the military’s healthcare system.
Addressing the challenges of total airport management whitepaper
To deal with the increasing complexity of the airport environment an innovative approach to data management is key to Total Airport Management and generating truly actionable intelligence.
Route planning: How airports can put themselves on an airline's radar
A key component of the strategic development of any airport is the continued development and attraction of new airline carriers and routes to help fuel growth and data is key in that process.
What does Leidos do? Part 3: Software Development
Software development programs across all our markets are employing agile methods and, as a result, being excellent at Agile and DevOps has become extremely important.
External diversity partnerships play a key role in talent acquisition
Two of our flagship external partnerships are with the Black Engineer of the Year Awards (BEYA) STEM Conference and the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE). These two events yielded 13 hires.
What does Leidos do? Part 2: Q&A with John Fratamico
Our CTO John Fratamico sees the answer to this question from a unique perspective. Learn more about the top 7 technology areas that underpin the work we do for our customers.
#Innovidual Johann Bell
This week's innovative individual is Johann Bell, a solutions architect for Leidos Australia.
What does Leidos do? Part 1: Introduction
What does Leidos do? This blog series explores the core science and technology behind our solutions. It will cover seven technical core competencies that underpin the work we do for our customers
NEWS: Leidos awarded Army contract for software modernization