Booz Allen Receives NATO Training, Program Support Contract; Charlie Hamilton Comments

Booz Allen HamiltonBooz Allen Hamilton has been awarded a potential three-year contract to assist in NATO’s training, analysis and program support for several clients.

The company will provide implementation, operations and continuous improvement services to the NATO Communications and Information Agency in support of NATO member countries, Booz Allen said Tuesday.

Charlie Hamilton, a Booz Allen vice president and head of the firm’s NATO group, said the company will work with NCIA to help address the core missions of its clients.

Under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, Booz Allen will also deliver military exercise, operations research and education analysis support to NCIA’s service line managers and customers.

NCIA works to provide command, control and communications, and protect the communication and information systems of its clients.

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