HERNDON, Va. – (Business wire) – NASA awarded Peraton $ 243 million for a one-year contract
continue to support NASA's World Communications Network (SCNS).
Peraton will continue to support the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
the largest service program, with planning the integration of the mission and
engineering support for Earth connectivity and space communications
including telemetry, monitoring, and command.
"We are honored to continue to support NASA on the advancing missions
scientific discovery through the exploration of human space for better understanding
our planet, the solar system, and what lies ahead, "said Roger Mason,
president, space, intelligence and cyber in Peraton.
Since 2011, Peraton's commitment to SCNS has become critical
communications and data transfer services to programs such as
International Space Station, Hubble Space Telescope, Earth observation
System satellites and other specialized missions such as Orion
Flight Test-1 mission.
Over three decades of partnership with the mission, Peraton has supported
national space and range programs from launch operations to orbit.
The advanced technology of the company manages remote spacecraft and
It facilitates vital data exchange while driving efficiency in
development, operation and maintenance of some of the most complex ones
systems of mission on Earth.
Peraton provides innovative, reliable solutions for the nation
sensitive and critical programs and systems. As reliable
a supplier of highly differentiated space, intelligence, cyber, defense,
electronic war, homeland security and communication capabilities,
Peraton is a critical partner of the Intelligence Communiti, Department
defend and select federal agencies and businesses.
With headquarters in Herndon, Virginia, the company employs approximately
3,500 people across the US and Canada.