TOP 100: No. 7
Booz Allen Hamilton put its faith in cost controls, customer focus and innovation as it worked its way through a year plagued with uncertainty, budget cuts and a government shutdown.
Twelve companies will compete for work under a five-year $900 million Air Force contract that calls for services in support of Homeland Defense and Security Technical Area Tasks, or HD TATS.
Four companies will compete for work under options worth $17.7 million to provide the Navy with business improvement services.
Five contractors have won a $10 million contract to support the Army’s Systems Engineering Directorate, Picatinny Arsenal.
Booz Allen Hamilton has won a $16.1 million contract to provide the Army with system engineering and technical assistance support services.
Booz Allen Hamilton has won a $12.5 million task order to provide the Navy with program management office support for the Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems, Naval Enterprise Networks office.
Social Security Administration
Three companies have won a $65 million blanket purchase agreement to provide specialized advisory and assistance support services to the Social Security Administration.
Weighing in at 67 contract awards, September sticks with tradition and records the most contract awards of the year. Who landed in the top 10?
Seven contractors have won a $43 million contract to support the Navy’s Commander Operational Test and Evaluation Force program with a variety of services.
August saw a slight slow down in the number of contract awards that Washington Technology covered, but dollar values are up, and the pace is still strong compared to earlier in the year. Who are the big winners?
Booz Allen Hamilton has tapped Nancy Laben to be its new executive vice president and general counsel for the company's law department.
Six contractors, including Booz Allen and BAE, have won a contract with the Navy to provide engineering support for the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Department.