Perspecta Gets Potential $112M DHS Data Storage, Management Support IDIQ

Perspecta Gets Potential $112M DHS Data Storage, Management Support IDIQ

Perspecta (NYSE: PRSP) has received a potential $112M contract to provide data storage and management support services for the Department of Homeland Security’s Data Center 2.

A notice posted Thursday says DHS initially obligated $150K in funds and the ordering period under the sole-source, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract will run through June 9, 2023.

DHS announced in February its intent to award the IDIQ contract to Perspecta. The contract will have a two-year performance period and will support the department’s strategy to retire or migrate applications and systems within Data Center 2.

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