Peraton lands $2.69B Homeland Security contract
Perspecta Engineering subsidiary will provide IT services
Federal contractor Peraton Inc.’s subsidiary, Perspecta Engineering Inc., landed a potential 10-year, almost $2.69 billion contract to assist the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the company announced Wednesday.
Under the indefinite quantity, indefinite quantity contract, Peraton will assist with Data Center and Cloud Optimization Support Services, providing information technology and other relevant professional services to automate, optimize and modernize the DHS Hybrid Computing Environment. The environment is a collection of enterprise computing resources, including a data center, colocation sites, private cloud services and DHS-furnished commercial cloud services.
“Peraton is proud to continue our support of DHS and help advance their national security priorities,” Peraton Chairman, President and CEO Stu Shea said in a statement. “This award further demonstrates our ability to deliver adaptable, managed enterprise IT services and support DHS’ goal to create scalable, innovative and cost-effective solutions that support and drive mission success across the department.”
Post-acquisition of Perspecta Inc. and Northrop Grumman’s integrated mission support and IT solution business, Peraton has more than 150 offices and 19,000 employees. In December 2021, it announced that it would be moving its headquarters from Herndon to Reston. The company is owned by Veritas Capital, a New York-based private equity firm.