Peraton Included in NSA’s Trusted System Integrators Program; Roger Mason Quoted

Peraton Included in NSA's Trusted System Integrators Program; Roger Mason Quoted - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Peraton has been certified as a trusted integrator for the National Security Agency/Central Security Service's Commercial Solutions for Classified program.

The company said Monday its inclusion in the trusted integrators list enables it to integrate commercial systems into the infrastructure of national security systems, which are layered in order to safeguard classified information.

“The CSfC program brings innovations into sensitive operations while ensuring the trustworthiness of every component remains paramount throughout.“ said Roger Mason, president of Peraton's space, intelligence and cyber arm.

He added that Peraton has been providing support services for national security operations for more than 10 years.

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