Perspecta to support $49M NBIS program with U.S. Department of Defense
Perspecta announced that its subsidiary, Enterprise Services, has been awarded an agreement to support the Defense Information Systems Agency's National Background Investigation Services Investigation Management program. The award, which represents new work for the company has a value of $49M. Work on the program began in June and will conclude after 18 months. The award was made possible via a prototype project sub-agreement through an Other Transaction Agreement with Consortium Management Group on behalf of Consortium for Command, Control and Communications in Cyberspace. On the agreement, Perspecta will deliver a government-wide information technology system that will support suitability, security and credentialing investigations for all federal employees. The standardized investigative platform will be scalable, highly configurable and will integrate multiple systems and agencies. Designed to improve the investigative process with a streamlined case management system, the platform will provide enhanced visibility into investigative data and give field investigators a robust suite of collaboration and investigative tools to support their mission.