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Peraton Wins Spot on $250M US Navy ISR Contract


Peraton Wins Spot on $250M US Navy ISR Contract

Peraton said it has won a spot on a $250 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity Navy contract focused on supporting maritime intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance and information operations activities.

The five-year IDIQ contract supports the Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific, which is one of the Navy’s technology and engineering arms, Peraton said Monday.

John Coleman, Peraton’s president for the global defense and security sector, said the company’s experience with unmanned systems makes it well-positioned to take on ISR support tasks.

Peraton said it has 30 years of experience supporting NIWC Pacific’s unmanned systems programs, providing maintenance, sustainment, integration and software development services.

Services provided under the IDIQ will help NIWC Pacific support the information warfare efforts of the Navy, the Marine Corps, the Air Force, the Army and the Coast Guard, Peraton added.

NIWC Pacific received 22 offers for the multiple-award IDIQ, GovCon Wire previously reported. The other awardees are Booz Allen Hamilton, General Dynamics Information Technology, Huntington Ingalls Industries, KAB Laboratories, Leidos, Parsons, Peraton, Science Applications International Corporation, Solute and Trandes.

The contract covers systems engineering, software and hardware development, training, program and configuration management, installation, sustainment and maintenance services.

According to GovCon Wire, the IDIQ has a three-year base period worth potentially $145.4 million and a two-year option period that could run through March 2, 2026. Funds for individual task orders will be taken from fiscal 2021 funding.

Peraton is a global technology company headquartered in Herndon, Virginia. The company said its customer base includes the Intelligence Community, Department of Defense, Department of Health and Human Services and NASA.

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