Perspecta Subsidiary to Provide Technical Support for Army Office; Mac Curtis Comments

Mac Curtis

Perspecta‘s Vencore subsidiary has received a potential five-year, $40 million task order to provide systems engineering and technical assistance for the U.S. Army’s Product Director, Tactical Exploitation of National Capabilities office.

The effort will aim to help PD TENCAP refine systems engineering processes and provide logistics and program management support for the service branch’s platforms, Perspecta said Wednesday.

Vencore will work in Fort Belvoir, Va. over a one-year base period and four option years.

PD TENCAP, part of the Program Executive Office – Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors, works to help the Army integrate into the intelligence community for boosted performance in a multi-domain environment.

“We look forward to extending our longstanding expertise to PEO IEW&S in their efforts to advance intelligence and threat management capabilities for the U.S. Army,” said Mac Curtis, president and CEO at Perspecta, and a four-time Wash100 winner.

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