Michael Davenport: Booz Allen to Help Integrate Army Resources Under $78M Award

Booz Allen Hamilton has received a potential $78 million contract to provide  engineering, administrative and business services to the U.S. Army‘s System of Systems Engineering and Integration Directorate.

The company said Thursday it aims to help SoSE&I integrate the service branch’s resources and increase the operational effectiveness of resources across programs, units and systems.

“We’re proud to expand our partnership with the Army to synchronize the technologies and capabilities that our troops rely on every day to protect the nation,” said Michael Davenport, a Booz Allen vice president.

Davenport added the company will support inter-service coordination efforts geared toward establishing a full-spectrum force.

Booz Allen has supported the service branch over the past 64 years.

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