Perspecta Receives DoD Award for Mentoring Support to CSCI; Mac Curtis Quoted

Mac Curtis, President and CEO of Perspecta

Perspecta has received the Nunn-Perry Award from the Department of Defense for supporting CSCI Consulting with its employee development and corporate infrastructure initiatives through DoD’s Mentor-Protege Program.

Perspecta said Tuesday it has helped CSCI create a Defense Contracting Audit Agency-compliant accounting system, achieve Capability Maturing Model Integration – Maturity Level 3 and carry out training, marketing and branding efforts through the program.

“Partnerships like the one we have with CSCI have allowed us to provide our customers with the innovation and agility they need to meet mission success. We are incredibly proud of this achievement and look forward to a long future working together with CSCI,” said Mac Curtis, Perspecta president and CEO and a 2019 Wash100 winner.

DoD will present the award to Perspecta and CSCI in September at its Mentor-Protege Training Week Workshop in September.

Perspecta offers strategic partnerships, development assistance and competitive positioning support to small companies through its small business program.

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