HPI Federal Taps Perspecta to Help With NGEN-R End-User Hardware Contract; Mac Curtis Quoted

Mac Curtis
Mac Curtis

HP’s government arm has awarded Perspecta a contract worth more than $120M to help with the end-user hardware portion of the U.S. Navy’s Next Generation Enterprise Network Recompete contract, Inside Defense reported Friday.

HPI Federal won the potential $1.4B NGEN-R end-user hardware contract in October 2019 to provide desktops, laptops, zero/thin client devices and related peripherals for the service branch.

"We have just signed a contract with them for $125 million, $130 million over about two-and-a-half years to help them in the services and integration of the hardware," Mac Curtis, president and CEO of Perspecta and 2020 Wash100 Award winner, said Thursday during an earnings call with analysts. "That will start probably in July."

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