Perspecta Gets Potential $657M Navy NGEN Contract Modification

Perspecta (NYSE: PRSP) has received a potential $656.9M contract modification to continue to offer information technology support services to the U.S. Navy under the service’s Next Generation Enterprise Network program.

The modification extends the NGEN contract’s sixth option year ordering period by another four to seven months, which will run between June 2020 and September 2020 or December 2020, the Department of Defense said Friday.

Contract work will take place across the U.S., Japan, Guam, Korea and Europe.

Naval Information Warfare Systems Command will not obligate additional funds at the time of award of the contract modification.

In a July notice, NAVWAR announced plans to extend NGEN’s network services by an additional period of four to seven months as the Navy prepares to transition to the NGEN-Recompete contract. NAVWAR issued solicitations for NGEN-R’s end-user hardware and services categories in September and October of last year.

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