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Perspecta to Provide IT Support to Senate Under $166M Prime Contract; Mac Curtis Quoted

Mac Curtis

TYSONS CORNER, VA, September 20, 2019 — Perspecta (NYSE: PRSP) will provide information technology services and acquisition support to the U.S. Senate under a potential six-year, $166 million prime contract, ExecutiveBiz reported Sept. 5.

Under the Information Technology Support Contract IV, Perspecta will help the Senate procure and maintain system software and hardware as well as facilitate IT help desk operations for the upper chamber and over 400 state offices, the company said Sept. 5. Work will be performed over a two-year base period and four one-year option periods.

“This award is a true testament of our trusted relationship with the customer and we look forward to working closely with the Senate Sergeant at Arms to ensure superior service to the U.S. Senate,” said Mac Curtis, president and CEO at Perspecta and a 2019 Wash100 Award recipient.

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