Perspecta Lands $162M Deal To Upgrade Air Force Network

Law360 (August 14, 2019, 6:56 PM EDT) -- The Air Force awarded Virginia-based Perspecta Inc. a $162 million, five-year deal to modernize its secured system of computer networks known as SIPRNet, the IT service management company announced Wednesday.

The modernization effort is intended to standardize the Air Force network's infrastructure and ensure security compliance, according to Perspecta, which was formed in June 2018 after DXC Technology spun off its enterprise services U.S. public sector business and merged it with Vencore Holding Corp. and KeyPoint Government Solutions.

"Perspecta will design, develop, deploy and integrate a new single infrastructure and active directory domain for the Air Force," the company said in...

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