Peraton the necessary portfolio depth and scale to regularly vie with industry leaders for enterprise IT contracts in the $500 million to $2 billion range in the federal civilian and health spaces while also capitalizing on Department of Defense Intelligence Community needs.
About James Wichert, Analyst
James Wichert is an analyst working primarily with TBR’s Professional Services practice. James leads the research and analysis for TBR’s coverage of General Dynamics Technologies, ManTech, Maximus, Peraton and Raytheon Intelligence & Space. He also authors special reports and contributes to TBR’s Federal IT Services Benchmark.
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Notably, Lockheed Martin was left out of the ABMS Digital Infrastructure Consortium, despite ramping up its efforts to underpin the DOD’s JADC2 vision.
U.S. interest in hypersonic missiles has surged over the last few years, with the DOD’s budget for hypersonic research growing 18.8% year-to-year in FY22.
JADC2 is an evolving Department of Defense vision to revamp the C4ISR programs currently in use across all U.S. military branches.
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