Perspecta Secures $2B DHA IT Services Blanket Purchase Agreement
Perspecta, a subsidiary of Peraton, has secured a $2 billion blanket purchase agreement to manage the transformation and consolidation of the Defense Health Agency’s information technology services.
Perspecta was named the principal contractor on the firm-fixed-price BPA, which the Department of Defense announced Monday.
As the BPA’s main contractor, Perspecta will perform the required services in partnership with Capgemini’s government solutions business, FedScoop reported.
The deal supports the Military Health System’s Enterprise IT Services Integrator requirement.
Under the 10-year ETSI initiative, particular enterprise contracts within the DHA will be transitioned and consolidated. One of the contracts is the DHA Global Service Center service desk.
According to a report from GovCon Wire, Perspecta will use DHA operation and maintenance funds to execute the agreement. The company will perform the work in San Antonio, Texas, and is expected to complete the services by Aug. 31, 2031, if all options are exercised.
The ETSI effort is one of three requirements under the MHS Enterprise IT Services program.
The other requirements are the Capability Service Provider effort and the Geographic Service Provider initiative.
The DHA said on Aug. 27 that an industry day is scheduled for Sept. 7 to discuss the GSP requirement with participants from the defense industry.
Meanwhile, Peraton, which completed the acquisition of Perspecta in May, marks the $2B DHA deal as its largest award after winning a potential $979 million task order, which will focus on countering misinformation perpetuated by U.S. adversaries.
Category: Federal Civilian
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