Peraton has won a potential five-year, $578 million contract to help sustain equipment the Transportation Security Administration uses to secure airports throughout the U.S.
The company said Thursday it will provide logistics support services for security screening platforms used at airports nationwide and other TSA component facilities under the contract.
“Our work will help TSA protect our country,” said Peraton CEO Stu Shea.
“We’re proud to have once again been called upon to assist the Department of Homeland Security in its mission of safeguarding the nation, and we eagerly accept the high standards and accountability required by TSA,” Shea added.
DHS and Peraton have previously collaborated on national security programs.