Presidio Federal gains Peraton subcontract

On March 8, Reston, VA-based Presidio Federal announced its partnership with Peraton as a subcontractor in support of the DHS Data Center and Cloud Optimization (DCCO) Indefinite-Delivery Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) contract. The contract has a ceiling of $2.685 billion and is the most recent example of the working relationship Presidio Federal has established with federal systems integrators such as Peraton.

“This accomplishment highlights the value our network, cloud and cybersecurity expertise brings to the engagement,” said Thad Anderson, general manager of Presidio Federal. “Our team on the ground is focused on supporting Peraton’s efforts at DHS and we’re excited about the opportunity to partner with Peraton moving forward.”

The purpose of the DCCO IDIQ contract is to provide DHS with information technology services to manage and operate the DHS Hybrid Computing Environment (HCE). The HCE is a collection of enterprise computing resources including a data center, colocation sites, and DHS acquired commercial and private cloud services. Peraton, as the prime contractor on DHS DCCO contract, will acquire associated professional services from Presidio Federal that automate, optimize, and modernize the HCE.

Source: Presidio Federal

Your competitors read IC News each day. Shouldn’t you? Learn more about our subscription options, and keep up with every move in the IC contracting space.