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Iron Bow to Assist Peraton in Implementing $2.8B SOCOM SITEC 3 Task

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Iron Bow to Assist Peraton in Implementing $2.8B SOCOM SITEC 3 Task

Herndon, Virginia-based Iron Bow Technologies has partnered with Peraton to provide advanced information technology and network services to U.S. Special Operations Command.

The services will be performed under Peraton’s previously awarded eight-year, $2.8 billion Special Operations Forces IT Enterprise Contract 3 Enterprise Operations & Maintenance task order. Specifically, Iron Bow will help Peraton complete IT modernization initiatives, provide technology evaluation and support mission requirements, Iron Bow said Tuesday.

Tarik Reyes, president of Peraton’s defense mission and health solutions sector and a 4×24 member, said, “Iron Bow’s impressive network and global IT warehousing and logistics capabilities made them an ideal partner to help empower our nation’s critical warfighters.” 

Rob Watson, vice president of sales for the U.S. Air Force, Navy and Marines at Iron Bow, highlighted the important role special operations forces play in protecting U.S. national security.

Peraton announced receiving the SITEC 3 EOM in early February. The contract supports more than 70,000 users across the combatant command’s components, deployed forces and the chief information officer/J6.

As a main contractor, Iron Bow won in January 2023 a potential four-year, $144 million contract to deliver voice and data networking services to the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center at Hanscom Air Force Base.

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