Peraton Awarded $56M Contract to Provide Satellite Communications to U.S. Central Command
HERNDON, Va., June 18, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Peraton has been awarded task order CTC0331, a $56 million contract under the Future Commercial SATCOM Acquisition (FCSA) program, administered by the U.S. Space Force Commercial Satellite Communications Office (CSCO). The newly awarded contract provides commercial satellite communications services for the U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM).
Under the contract, Peraton will provide mission support for mobile platforms, as well as emergent and contingency mission directives. The bandwidth will cover mission operations, survivability, and diversification to any location within the area of responsibility (AOR). All services will be supported by Peraton's 24x7 Network Operations Center (NOC), and by a dedicated team of satellite network engineers and professionals.
"Peraton has served as a trusted solution partner to U.S. Central Command for over 10 years and is proud to continue providing satellite-based services taiored to their specific mission requirements," said David Myers, president, Peraton Communications sector. "As a neutral technology agnostic mission capability integrator, Peraton takes great pride in developing solutions that leverage the best available spacecraft and network platforms from across the commercial satellite industry."
This most recent award follows a similar FCSA award to Peraton earlier this year, when the Space Force CSCO awarded Peraton CTC0307, a $218 million contract to provide commercial satellite communications services to U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM).
Peraton designs and implements complete end-to-end managed satellite solutions for a wide range of applications including tactical ground deployments, airborne ISR connectivity, and multi-domain converged communications.
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