Perspecta Labs lands $24.65M Navy contract
Chantilly contractor to provide telecom, engineering support
The U.S. Navy awarded the research arm of Chantilly-based federal contractor Perspecta Inc. a potential seven-year, $24.65 million contract to provide telecommunications and engineering standards support to help the branch in its emergency preparedness and national security initiatives, the Department of Defense announced Tuesday.
Under the contract, Perspecta Labs will help the Navy deploy Next Generation Network Priority Services for the branch’s LTE networks and internet protocol multimedia subsystem, according to the DOD.
The contract has a $17.8 million base value to cover a five-year base period and two 12-month options that would extend work through Oct. 5, 2027. The Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific obligated $258,000 for the first task order.
Work on the contract is expected be conducted in Basking Ridge, New Jersey, through Oct. 5, 2025.
Perspecta employs more than 14,000 workers and won several big federal contracts last year, including an $824 million, five-year deal with the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency and a $657 million extension on its Next Generation Enterprise Services (NGEN) contract to continue IT services for the U.S. Department of the Navy.