During the five-year contract, the Virginia-based company is expected to operate, maintain, and improve the IT equipment, services, and processes of the agency
The US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has awarded the IMPACT II contract, worth up to $342.7m, to American technology company Peraton.
IMPACT expands to information technology management, performance analysis, and collaborative technologies.
During the five-year contract, the Virginia-based company is expected to operate, maintain, and enhance the IT equipment, services, and processes of the US TSA.
According to Peraton, it has to provide IT support services to advance the agency’s IT strategic mission goal to protect the country’s transportation systems to maintain freedom of movement for people and commerce.
The company is expected to serve the whole US TSA community, which consists about 85,000 federal employees, contractors, and support personnel at multiple sites.
Besides, it will support industry stakeholders accessing the US TSA systems at various locations across the country and at certain international sites.
The IMPACT II contract is issued to the company’s subsidiary Perspecta Enterprise Solutions.
Peraton citizen security and public services sector president John Coleman said: “As the TSA continues to advance their mission of protecting our nation’s vital transportation systems and those who use them, Peraton is proud to provide the technologies and talent needed to support their evolving IT mission requirements.
“This award is a testament of our ability to continue delivering high level IT support services and solutions to further enhance TSA’s mission success.”
Peraton offers national security solutions and technologies to government agencies across the intelligence, citizen security, space, defence, cyber, health, and state and local markets.
In August 2022, Peraton secured a $850m five-year contract from the US Department of Defense (DoD) to deliver agile analytic platforms and data management solutions.