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Chris Painter, vice president and chief engineer for the Navy and Marine Corps Intranet at Perspecta, wrote in an article published Wednesday on Breaking Defense that there are several steps the Defense Information Systems Agency can take as it plans to modernize the information technology infrastructure of fourth estate agencies through the Defense Enclave Services program. He said the first step calls for DISA to assess the as-is environment to better understand the capabilities of the IT infrastructure and the population“™s requirements.

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Perspecta has reported financial results for its second fiscal quarter ending Oct. 2. "Since our inception, we have consistently achieved solid execution across the enterprise, and this quarter is no exception. Once again, we delivered on our revenue, adjusted diluted earnings per share and free cash flow conversion expectations," said Mac Curtis, chairman and CEO of Perspecta and six-time Wash100 Award recipient. 

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Perspecta has been awarded multiple classified programs, with a collective value of more than $519 million, to provide mission support to U.S. government customers. "For more than four decades, we have been partnering with Intelligence Community customers to innovate highly technical solutions that solve some of the nation's most complex problems,“ said Damian DiPippa, senior vice president and general manager of Perspecta's intelligence group.

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Perspecta's applied research unit has booked a pair of potential four-year awards worth $25M combined to help the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency develop and demonstrate a 5G network security architecture. Perspecta Labs will conduct design, development and integration efforts under DARPA's Open, Programmable, Secure 5G initiative with the goal of protecting technologies such as connected sensors and servers.

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