Peraton will compete for task orders worth up to $500 million to provide information technology engineering support services and technology platforms to the Defense Information Systems Agency under a potential 10-year, $7.5 billion indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.
The Systems Engineering, Technology and Innovation vehicle seeks to help DISA and Defense Department partners meet their IT requirements in support of their national security missions, Peraton said Thursday.
Peraton will leverage its modeling and simulation, technology testing, design and research and development capabilities to deliver cyber, spectrum and other IT services that seek to build up readiness across land, air, electronic warfare and maritime domains.
“Through our role on the SETI contract, Peraton is honored to continue our more than 30 years of support to the critical DISA mission,” said Gus Bontzos, president of Peraton’s defense and electronic warfare sector.
Bontzos added the contract vehicle seeks to reflect the company’s efforts to offer agile technology platforms to DoD.
Peraton is one of the 14 companies that won spots on the unrestricted portion of DISA’s SETI contract that has a five-year base term and five option years.