The Department of Defense said Thursday the cost-plus-fixed-fee term contract has an initial value of $9.2 million and provides for acquisition, contracts, program, business and financial management; logistics; cyber; as well as administrative and engineering support.
Booz Allen will perform contract work in San Diego, California, through June 2023 for the base period. Efforts could last until 2027 if all four one-year option periods are exercised.
The service branch is using its fiscal 2022 research, development, test and evaluation as well as operation and maintenance funds in addition to the Foreign Military Sales allocation to provide for the contract.
The Naval Information Warfare System Command made the award on behalf of the Navy Program Executive Office for Undersea Warfare Systems, Maritime Surveillance Systems.