Mac Curtis: Perspecta to Support HPI Work on Navy NGEN-R Hardware Contract

Mac Curtis: Perspecta to Support HPI Work on Navy NGEN-R Hardware Contract
Mac Curtis President, CEO and Chairman of Perspecta

TYSONS CORNER, VA, June 5, 2020 — Mac Curtis, president and CEO of Perspecta (NYSE: PRSP) and 2020 Wash100 awardee, told analysts the company signed a contract to help HP Inc. (NYSE: HPQ) integrate platforms and deliver services for the U.S. Navy under the Next Generation Enterprise Network-Recompete contract’s end-user hardware portion, ExecutiveBiz reported May 26.

Inside Defense reported May 22 Perspecta, which is performing incumbent work on the current NGEN contract, did not pursue the follow-on program. The service branch formally awarded the potential $1.4B NGEN-R contract to HP’s federal arm in October 2019.

Curtis said during the company’s fiscal 2020 fourth quarter earnings call the value of its deal with HPI for hardware integration and services support could reach $130M over two and a half years.

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