Perspecta Awarded $71M Deal to Help Air Force with Enterprise Logging System

Mac Curtis, Perspecta

Services provider Perspecta, Inc. has won $71 million in new work with the U.S. Air Force supporting its mission to increase cyber situational awareness by implementing an enterprisewide logging system. 

The single-award contract is called the Enterprise Logging Phase 2, and it was awarded under the Air Force’s Network-Centric Solutions-2 NetOps. It has a 1-year base and four 1-year options.

Perspecta was chosen to work with the Air Force to deploy a global enterprise logging architecture that blends base-level log storage and query capabilities with current management and reporting capabilities.  

“This win is a testament to our bold thinking, innovative approach to developing next-gen cybersecurity solutions and dedication to our customer’s mission. The Perspecta team is energized to partner with the USAF customer and is eager to get to work on this important operation,” said president and CEO Mac Curtis 

Ultimately, Perspecta’s solution intends to help the Air Force cyber teams better analyze and identify threats, indications and warnings.  

The company also won new work with the Defense Department this month through a $129 million contract to provide operational support. And last month, Perspecta won classified systems engineering and integration programs worth over $390 million to support U.S. government customers.  

Releated: Perspecta Snags $129M in New Defense Operational Support Work 

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