Peraton wins US Army contract for mission-essential IT services
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Peraton wins US Army contract for mission-essential IT services

06 Oct 2021 (Last Updated October 6th, 2021 11:11)

The contract expands Peraton’s presence to four European nations, Belgium, Germany, Italy, and the Netherlands.

Peraton wins US Army contract for mission-essential IT services
Peraton will provide IT support services to IMCOM-E work force in Belgium, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands. Credit: US Army / Pfc Cameron Boyd / Flickr.

Peraton has secured a contract from the US Army Installation Management Command – Europe (IMCOM-E) to deliver mission-essential IT services.

Under the single-award $22.5m contract, the company will deliver software development, information assurance, and other IT services to multiple US Army garrisons across four European countries.

Peraton will support IMCOM-E workforce in Belgium, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands.

These services will be provided through the company’s Perspecta Enterprise Solutions legal entities in Germany and Belgium.

The contract, which runs until 2026, represents new work for the company.

Peraton’s non-technical expert status (non-TESA) workforce and TESA staff in Belgium, Germany, Italy and The Netherlands will support the contracted work.

The company noted that the US and host-nation requirements were met for employing key personnel.

Peraton Defense Solutions sector president Jeff Bohling said: “With more than three decades of supporting the US Department of Defense in the European theatre, Peraton has the institutional knowledge to effectively deploy technology and personnel to accomplish complex in-theatre mission challenges.

“With this task order, IMCOM-E will have the tools needed to maintain the garrisons’ readiness.”

The US Army Network Enterprise Technology Command, US Africa Command, the Defense Manpower Data Center, and the US Navy are Peraton’s existing customers in the European theatre.

Last month, Peraton Labs won a contract to extend the Unified Network Operations Planner software for the US Army, Product Manager Tactical Cyber and Network Operations.