With Peregrine, the path forward is always in sight.
As technology and demands shift, agencies need a partner with the vision to see what’s next and the agility to adapt as missions change. Peregrine Digital Services builds systems designed to serve people while showing our customers what’s possible with technology.
Peregrine Digital Services is a joint venture that brings together the expertise of two leading technology companies.
IronArch puts people first while delivering tailored technology solutions to solve our nation’s complex modernization challenges.
Ad Hoc creates leading government digital services and helps agencies transform into human-centered technology organizations.
Peregrine offers agencies a full suite of digital services capabilities. We are equally able to manage large-scale modernization efforts as we are able to translate complex forms into simple mobile interfaces. In all of our work, we aim to serve internal users, the public, and agency goals.
- Cloud strategy and implementation
- Product management
- Organizational strategy
- Management consulting
- Human-centered design
- Customer experience
- Design systems
- Service design
- Digital services
- Platform solution development
- Enterprise Cloud
- Mobile development
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VA Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology-Next Generation (T4NG)
Contract number: VA118-16-D-1012
Peregrine is a CVE-verified SDVOSB listed in the Small Business Administrations’ VetCert database.
GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) Contract number: 47QTCA23D00CM
- 54151S - Information Technology Professional Services
- 518210C - Cloud Computing and Cloud Related IT Professional Services
- 54151HEAL - Health Information Technology Services
- Business Status: SDVOSB
- NAICS: 541511, 541512, 541513, 541519, 541611, 518210
- Unique Entity ID: Y9HWG178WPA9
- CAGE: 9DMC5
Peregrine is honored to serve the Department of Veterans Affairs and all Veterans, but we are particularly inspired as a company by one Veteran — U.S. Marine Corps First Lieutenant Alexander “Cliffhanger” Wetherbee.
Alex served in the U.S. Marine Corps with IronArch CEO Joe Punaro. In 2004, Alex was killed in action while serving in Anbar province in Iraq. Peregrine was founded in part to honor Alex’s memory, his service, and the ways he supported others. In that spirit, Peregrine donates a percentage of all profits to Outward Bound’s Alex Wetherbee Memorial Scholarship Fund to provide tuition assistance to the survivors of military service members killed in action who would like to attend an Outward Bound course. Alex was actively involved in Outward Bound as an instructor helping youth and adults discover themselves through adventures in the great outdoors.