Peraton has drawn a pair of hard boundaries in its strategy amid the ongoing integration of Northrop Grumman’s IT services business and pending acquisition of Perspecta.
Turning into large platform builder like Boeing, Lockheed Martin or Northrop Grumman is not on the agenda. Neither is trying their luck at commercial markets.
But the deal with Northrop did bring in some more product content on the unmanned front to Peraton. During our Power Breakfast event Friday, Peraton Chief Growth Officer Mike King said the company now has an unmanned ground vehicle portfolio that came over to them from Northrop.