Perspecta wins $112M DHS IT contract
On August 5, Chantilly, VA-based Perspecta Inc. announced that it has been awarded a new Data Center Two (DC2) Support Services contract from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The indefinite delivery / indefinite quantity contract has a two-year base with two six-month option periods and a potential ceiling value of $112 million.
Perspecta will provide DHS headquarters and all authorized components with full-scope managed services to support DC2 operations and consolidation. This includes baseline data center hosting and engineering services, as well as application and system migration, retirement, planning and execution support.
“This award reinforces our standing as a premier provider of end-to-end next generation managed IT services,” said Rocky Thurston, senior vice president and general manager of Perspecta’s civilian, state and local business group. “It will also support DHS’ strategic efforts to consolidate and optimize data centers. We have a long and proven history of supporting DHS on a multitude of programs, from agile DevSecOps to secure cloud migration and management, and we look forward to continuing that partnership in support DHS’ long-term IT transformation goals.”