ODNI Awards Peraton $916M Task Order for Integrated, Enterprise-Wide Services
Virginia-headquartered Peraton announced that it has been selected to provide integrated, enterprise-wide management services to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence through the award of a $916 million task order with a seven-year performance period. The deal calls for helping the ODNI navigate “an incredibly complex and comprehensive” set of intelligence missions, Peraton said Tuesday.
In a statement, the company said that its obligations under the deal include work in the areas of communications, human capital, data analysis, knowledge management, partnership engagement, policy and strategy development, and intelligence integration.
Roger Mason, president of Peraton’s space & intelligence sector business, said his company’s employees look forward to deploying their skills, intellect and energies to best serve the ODNI’s priorities.
In 2019, the ODNI published its Cyber Implementation Plan, leveraging lessons learned from over seven years of cloud technology implementation. The subsequent COVID-19 pandemic provided an impetus for the agency to accelerate the adaptation of new technologies for its modernization, according to a report by the Public Interest Declassification Board.
In the same report, the ODNI said that costs were reduced through the integration of information technology services and process automation across the Intelligence Community. They said that seeking services in pursuit of digital automation has allowed the office to “do more with less.”
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