Perspecta has secured a spot on a $700 million multiaward blanket purchase agreement with the Department of Homeland Security to help it conduct national security and background investigations.
The company said Tuesday it offers a full range of services that agencies can use for detection, investigation and reduction of mission risks.
The services include insider threat reporting, risk management, compliance and employee onboarding.
Jennifer Swindell, senior vice president and general manager of Perspecta’s trusted solutions business unit, said the company is commited to helping agencies screen and validate the integrity of employees for mission continuity.
DHS and other national security entities have been using Perspecta's services for almost two decades.