Peraton Wins Recompete Award for Orbital Analysis Support to Space Force

Roger Mason, Peraton

Roger Mason, Peraton

Mission critical solutions provider Peraton announced it has been awarded a recompete award by the U.S. Space Force.

The company is to provide orbital analysis subject matter expertise support and OA and orbital management training for a variety of missions supporting the Peterson-Schriever Garrison headquartered in Colorado.

The contract is worth up to $10 million over 5 years.

Peraton will continue to be responsible for providing support for various U.S. Space Force space ground systems, equipment, software, databases and concepts of operations for unit mission operations and future mission requirements.

The company is proud to expand on its 20 years of providing orbital analysis support to U.S. military space missions, said Roger Mason, Peraton’s president of the Space, Intelligence and Cyber sector.

“Our experts work closely with their Space Force counterparts to increase Space Domain Awareness, protect Position, Navigation and Timing (PNT) signals, and ensure the availability of Military Satellite Communications (MILSATCOM) for national security decision-makers,” he added. 

Peraton works with the Space Force’s 1st Space Operations Squadron of Space Delta 9, and 2 SOPS and 4 SOPS of Space Delta 8, executing critical OA activities including conjunction assessment and collision avoidance for a wide range of critical satellite systems and constellations.

The company also helps ensure the safe operation of the Space Based Space Surveillance, Operationally Responsive Space-5 , Advanced Extremely High Frequency, Milstar, Wideband Global SATCOM and Defense Satellite Communications System satellites.

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