Perspecta Labs Receives $6M Contract from U.S. Army to Develop INPP; Petros Mouchtaris Quoted

Perspecta announced on Wednesday that its innovative applied research arm, Perspecta Labs, has received a one-year, $6 million contract to design, implement and evaluate an Integrated Network Planner Prototype (INPP) for the U.S. Army.

Perspecta Labs will implement and evaluate an INPP solution that delivers significant improvements to NetOps for the tactical portion of the Department of Defense Information Network for the Army.  The company will develop and demonstrate an INPP solution with software modularity, simplified workflows and visualization to deliver significant advantages in ease of use, flexible operations and reduced training. 

"At Perspecta Labs we are always looking for an opportunity to advance the capabilities of our customers with next-level innovation," said Petros Mouchtaris, president of Perspecta Labs. "We are excited to leverage our technical and systems development expertise to improve the planning, managing and operating capabilities of this critical Army infrastructure."

The INPP will improve the Army's tactical network operations (NetOps) capability by reducing time, training and complexity, integrating planning and provisioning tools and providing fast, easy support for new and modified product types in the Army tactical network. 

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