Booz Allen Hamilton has won 35 healthcare contracts worth more than $112 million in August and September of this year in support of federal healthcare agencies and private organizations, the company announced Wednedsay.
“Booz Allen is pleased to continue to support our government clients in their core missions,” said Reggie Van Lee, executive vice president and head of the company’s federal health businesses.
“These contracts demonstrate the momentum Booz Allen’s healthcare team has established, helping clients develop solutions in a complex and evolving health care environment,” he added.
Highlights of Booz Allen’s recent healthcare contract wins include:
- $26 million and $16 million from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
- $18.5 million from the National Institutes of Health‘s National Health Lung & Blood Institute
- $16.8 million from the U.S. Navy/Marine Corps Public Health Center
- A separate $16 million award from CMS
Under the $26 million award, the company will provide CMS’ consumer information and insurance systems group with program and project management, strategic planning and analysis and architecture support.
That contract also covers communications, requirements development and analysis, business analysis and architecture support.
The second $16 million CMS contract includes work to fulfill requirements under the Affordable Care Act, including a rating system and improvement strategy.
For NIH’s lung and blood institute, Booz Allen will provide information technology support services that help that institute inform stakeholders about its research and programs.
Services covered under the contract with the Navy/Marine Corps health center includes personnel, materials, equipment, facilities, science and technology to help Navy Medicine conduct medical research.