The US Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SPAWARSYSCEN) Atlantic has selected Booz Allen Hamilton Engineering Services as a prime contractor on the $199m indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity (IDIQ), multiple award contract (MAC).
Projects under this contract will support SPAWARSYSCEN Atlantic for the safe, orderly, and expeditious flow of air traffic through engineering design, research, budgeting, scheduling, management, and procurement.
In addition, the projects will cover evaluation, software support, integration, maintenance, certification, testing, training, configuration management, and logistics support.
The engineering projects are designed to support programmes, including SPAWARSYSCEN Atlantic air traffic control (ATC), meteorology and oceanography (METOC), and the United States Antarctic program (USAP).
The programmes include naval flight information group (NAVFIG) terminal instrument procedures (TERPS) Program, and the US Air Forces Central (USAFCENT) programs, systems, and equipment.
Booz Allen Hamilton Engineering Services vice-president Lorne Caddick said: "Booz Allen Engineering Services has continuously demonstrated first-rate cradle-to-grave ATC and command and control engineering and technical support with the goal of delivering products and services that facilitate our client's speed-to-capability objectives supporting the warfighter's mission."
As part of the new development, Booz Allen will be responsible to deliver ATC and aviation command and control engineering and subject matter expertise.
The company will also provide specialised ATC engineering, technical and integration support, configuration data management.
The new position will also allow Booz Allen to provide systems maintenance for a broad range of complex ATC, METOC, and aviation command, control, communications, computers, combat, intelligence surveillance, and reconnaissance (C5ISR) systems.