Peraton announced on Tuesday that the company has been awarded a potential seven-year, $916 million task order from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) to provide integrated, enterprise-wide management services for the office.
“At our core, Peraton thrives on supporting critical government missions of consequence, and there are few missions more important than effectively enabling intelligence integration,” said Roger Mason, president of the space and intelligence sector at Peraton.
Under the task order, Peraton will assist ODNI and continue its long standing support of the organization through navigating the complex intelligence missions that span across the full ODNI enterprise.
The work for ODNI will also include the areas of communications, human capital, data analysis, knowledge management, partnership engagement, policy and strategy development, and intelligence integration.
“Our team looks forward to deploying their skills, intellect and energies to best serve the ODNI’s priorities; we’re honored to be entrusted with this important responsibility,” Mason added.
The ODNI task order comes only a few days after the company announced that its subsidiary, Perspecta Enterprise Services secured a task order with the Cyber Crime Center (DC3) with the Department of Defense (DoD) to support essential DC3 missions.
The work for the DC3 task order will include delivering digital forensics, multimedia forensics, technical solutions development, cyber analytics, and vulnerability sharing support for DoD and other national requirements.
“We are honored that DC3 has entrusted us to support its critical missions across a range of complex technical and operational domains. We look forward to providing our integrated capabilities across the cyber, defense and intelligence domains to help DC3 address an evolving and complex threat environment,” Mason also commented.