Booz Allen receives US Navy’s engineering services contract

20 August 2013 (Last Updated August 20th, 2013 18:30)

The US Navy has awarded a contract to Booz Allen Hamilton Engineering Services, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Booz Allen Hamilton, to provide engineering and technical support services.

The US Navy has awarded a contract to Booz Allen Hamilton Engineering Services, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Booz Allen Hamilton, to provide engineering and technical support services.

Under the $30.9m contract, Booz Allen will provide integration design and analysis services for evolving technologies in support of the US Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific (SSC Pacific) Navigation and Applied Sciences department.

The contract also involves providing other services such as evaluating the effect of evolving tactics on the integrity of navigation signals, systems integration, design, testing and analysis for emerging navigation.

Booz Allen Hamilton Engineering Services vice-president, Monty Montero, said the company will continue to provide the most cohesive, multi-disciplinary and cost-effective solutions from concept to fielded capability.

"We are extremely pleased that this approach will enable SSC Pacific and the navy's decision makers to improve how they manage information essential to successful military operations," Montero said.

"This approach will enable SSC Pacific and the navy's decision makers to improve how they manage information essential to successful military operations."

In addition, the contract will provide support of emerging navigation technologies for air and shipboard command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance system applications.

Booz Allen will also provide project management, systems engineering, integration, requirements analysis, basic research, development, testing and life-cycle sustainment, of both software and hardware related to emerging and existing technologies.

The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity, cost-plus-fixed-fee, multiple-award contract has three-year base period of performance and one two-year option which, if exercised, would bring the maximum value of the task order to $52.7m.

Scheduled to be completed on 5 May 2016, work under the contract will be carried out in Annapolis, Maryland, San Diego and Los Angeles, California, US.

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