Peraton has received a potential five-year, $284 million task order to help the Defense Intelligence Agency use science and technology intelligence to provide foreign threat assessments and analysis for warfighters, policymakers, acquisition community customers and other key decision makers.
The company said Thursday it will support DIA’s missile and space intelligence center in Huntsville, Alabama, under the Solutions for Intelligence Analysis 3 Countering Advanced Conventional Weapons Analytical Requirements task order.
“Countering advanced conventional weapons is clearly a mission of national importance and we are honored that MSIC has entrusted Peraton to support them in this capacity,” said Roger Mason, president of Peraton’s space and intelligence sector and a four-time Wash100 awardee.
With the task order, MSIC will have the flexibility to make adjustments to simulation and modeling studies and out-year weapon platforms in support of mission requirements.
Peraton said it will hire professionals in the areas of research and technology, data science, engineering and integration, intelligence analysis, engineering and integration, language enabled analysis, data science and modeling and simulation in support of the award.