Booz Allen Hamilton has secured a potential five-year, $189.9 million contract from the Enterprise Communications and Networks Division of Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific to provide a range of engineering, technical, cyber and programmatic services.
The company said Wednesday contract work will support networking, communications and computer systems around the world in service to the U.S. Navy’s Program Executive Office Digital and the Naval Enterprise Networks Program Office, Program Management Warfare 205.
“NIWC Pacific is at the forefront of the Navy’s research, development, engineering, and support of integrated Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR), cyber, and space systems across all warfighting domains,” commented Scott Sautter, vice president at Booz Allen and engineering and technology lead for NIWC Pacific.
Booz Allen will provide innovation, technology transformation, capability insertion and sustainment of fielded IT systems across ashore, mobile and joint domains while also promoting improvement and introduction of industry best practices.
The broad scope of the contract requires insight into the Navy’s strategic goals and industry trends with a wide range of expertise, including systems engineering, network engineering, testing and validation, with an increased focus on automation, orchestration and artificial intelligence or machine learning.
“Our engineers will support Naval Enterprise Networks to rapidly prototype, test and evaluate, and provide acquisition, installation, and in-service engineering to Naval installations across the globe,” Sautter added.
The ECN Division is responsible for the engineering and deployment of services and capabilities for Navy Enterprise Networks, including essential networks such as the Navy-Marine Corps Intranet and Base-Level Information Infrastructure/Outside Continental U.S. Navy Enterprise Network.