Peraton will develop a managed service platform to support the Department of Veterans Affairs’ cloud-based storage and computing functions under a potential seven-year, $497 million contract.
The company said Monday it will help the department integrate on-premise hardware with the VA Enterprise Cloud system through an infrastructure-as-a-managed service and migrate the Veterans Health Information System and Technology Architecture to the cloud.
VA sought an IaaMS platform to manage more than 220 petabytes of business information, medical images and other critical mission data at 300 agency facilities worldwide.
Tarik Reyes, president of Peraton’s global health and financial solutions sector, said the platform is designed to simplify infrastructure consumption and promote enterprise-level transparency across cloud environments.
Peraton is sponsoring the Potomac Officers Club’s Space Intelligence Forum on Aug. 10. Visit the POC Events page to sign up for the virtual forum and view other upcoming GovCon events. Ronald Huntley, vice president of national security space-growth at Peraton, will serve as keynote introducer and panel moderator at the Space Intelligence Forum.