DHS Awards Perspecta With $112M Deal for Data Center Support
The Department of Homeland Security has awarded Perspecta a $112M contract to provide Data Center Two support services.
Rocky Thurston, senior vice president at Perspecta and a Potomac Officers Club member, said the award affirms Perspecta's leadership in providing end-to-end next-generation managed information technology services.
"We have a long and proven history of supporting DHS on a multitude of programs, from agile DevSecOps to secure cloud migration and management, and we look forward to continuing that partnership in support DHS’ long-term IT transformation goals,” Thurston said.
Thurston also serves as the general manager of Perspecta's civilian, state and local business group, Perspecta said Thursday.
Perspecta's award is an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity deal that includes a two-year base period and two six-month base periods.
The company said it will provide the full range of managed IT services for data center and cloud migration support to DHS. Thurston said Perspecta's work will support the agency's strategic efforts to consolidate and optimize data centers.
Work under the contract will include baseline data center hosting and engineering services, in addition to application and system migration, retirement, planning and execution support.
In its press release, Perspecta said it provides a diverse set of capabilities in the defense, intelligence, health care and state and local markets.
The company also offers mission services, digital transformation and enterprise operations, according to its LinkedIn profile. Perspecta is an IT and services company headquartered in Chantilly, Virginia.
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