Booz Allen Wins Potential $90M DIA Analysis Support Contract

Jeff Brody

Booz Allen Hamilton has won a potential $89.9M contract to help a Defense Intelligence Agency directorate produce, disseminate and track data products across the DIA. The company will work with the agency’s directorate of analysis to create tools and applications to facilitate intelligence production, tracking and disseminate tasks, the Department of Defense said Friday.

Work will take place in the National Capital Region through Feb. 28, 2025. Virginia Contracting Activity received two offers for the time-and-materials contract via a competitive procurement and is obligating $11.4M at the time of award.

DIA employs all-source analysts who provide their insight and knowledge about foreign military approaches and defense matters in support of U.S. politicians, policymakers, acquisition executives and commanders.

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