Peraton wins DIA SCAR contract

Peraton has secured the $284 million award in support of the Missile and Space Intelligence Center (MSIC) with the Solutions for Intelligence Analysis 3 Countering Advanced Conventional Weapons Analytical Requirements (SCAR) task order over a five-year period, the Herndon, VA-based company announced June 1.

SCAR will enable the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), the Missile & Space Intelligence Center (MSIC), and the community at large to provide authoritative foreign threat analysis and assessments through Science and Technology Intelligence (S&TI) that enables decision makers – warfighters, acquisition community customers, and policymakers – to make formal decisions.

The SCAR task order is designed to provide the missile defense community with the flexibility needed to adjust the order of out-year weapon systems and modeling and simulation studies as required by mission needs and meet both current and emerging threats.

“Countering advanced conventional weapons is clearly a mission of national importance and we are honored that MSIC has entrusted Peraton to support them in this capacity,” said Roger Mason, Ph.D., president Space & Intelligence sector. “We will bring our best expertise from across the team and multiple domains to enable this exciting new contract in Huntsville.”

Source: Peraton

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