Booz Allen Hamilton Wins Contract with US Navy

photo: Bob Noonan

Booz Allen Hamilton was awarded a contract with the U.S. Navy to provide support to the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific. The contract is worth $71.5 million over two years, with a potential value of $189.4 million over five years.

The terms of the contract state Booz Allen will provide software design and implementation, systems integration, test and evaluation and demonstration. The company will also provide operations and requirement analysis, concept formulation and development, feasibility demonstrations, operational support with an added focus on analytic and technology capabilities.

Booz Allen Hamilton Senior Vice President Bob Noonan said a major focus is using Booz Allen’s deep experience with the advanced analytic sector. He added, “This approach will enable SSC Pacific to improve how they understand and manage their data, increasing the likelihood of mission success,” he said.

You may also be interested in...

Former L3 Exec Richard Hunter Named EaglePicher Technologies CEO

Richard Hunter, formerly president of L3 Technologies' defense electronic systems division, has been appointed CEO of battery  manufacturer EaglePicher Technologies. He will oversee the delivery of battery products that are designed for aerospace defense and health care applications, EaglePicher said Wednesday.

FBI Issues RFI on IT Architecture Modeling, Project Mgmt Tools

The FBI has posted a request for information on software applications designed to help users create information technology architecture models and map a portfolio of IT projects.

Retired Lt. Gen. Kevin McLaughlin Joins Tyto Athene Executive Advisory Board; Jeff Murray Quoted

Tyto Athene announced on Tuesday that Kevin McLaughlin, a retired U.S. Air Force lieutenant general, has been appointed to the company’s executive advisory board. He joins Tyto Athene to assist in the growth of the company’s Department of Defense and cyber strategies.