Peraton has won a potential 11-year, $1 billion contract to help the Department of the Interior manage the acquisition of secure cloud services for an initiative to transition into a single hybrid enterprise cloud cluster.
DOI announced the award of the Cloud Hosting Solutions III indefinite-delivery/indefinite-delivery contract in a notice published Wednesday.
CHS III, consisting of a five-year base term and two three-year option periods, and a collaborative effort between the DOI Office of the Chief Information Officer and the U.S. Geological Survey to support department virtual data center requirement, according to the final request for proposals issued in November.
As a cloud services broker, Peraton will provide IT infrastructure services, improve services by implementing standard service management and delivery frameworks and related processes and continuously assess and take proactive measures to ensure agency systems stay updated, among other requirements.
The company will help the department implement a system to acquire third-party services from vendors that offer services on a “pay as you go” or rental approach to complement or modernize the CSP environment associated with the award.