Perspecta Gets DoD Award for Mentorship Support to TM3; Mac Curtis Quoted

Mac Curtis

Perspecta has been selected for the Defense Department’s Nunn-Perry Award in recognition of the company’s mentorship support to service-disabled veteran-owned small business TM3 Solutions.

Perspecta said Thursday it helped TM3 align its services with DoD’s mission needs under the department’s Mentor-Protege Program.

“The goal of our small business program is to work with businesses to create flexible, fast project teams that will better serve our customers,” said Mac Curtis, Perspecta president and CEO.

“Through the program, TM3 has become an invaluable teammate and we look forward to a long future working together.”

TM3 is a 8(a) certified business that provides cybersecurity, enterprise information technology support and asset management services.

Perspecta is a four-time award recipient and offers competitive positioning support, development assistance and strategic partnerships to various small businesses through the Mentor-Protege Program.

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