Large and small contractors will compete for task orders to improve training services for the Army.
Booz Allen Hamilton has announced several executive moves that reflect the growing government demand for cyber and other services.
Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. has won three research and development contracts from the Air Force that have a combined total value of approximately $70 million.
Six government contractors have each won a Defense Department contract worth more than $40 million to provide a range of support services to the Navy and other DOD and federal agencies, according to a September 8 DOD announcement.
Companies will compete for task orders to implement NIST Risk Management Framework.
Booz Allen Hamilton is being hit with a second lawsuit in two months from a former female partner who says her termination was a result of sex discrimination.
The suit asks that the court have Booz Allen reinstate her as a partner and award her back pay, benefits and damages for emotional distress.
Booz Allen's CEO told analysts that a July hack by Anonymous won't affect the company's bottom line.
Three well-known government contractors have won five-year Defense Department contracts worth a total of $362 million for IT assistance for the Special Operations Command.
The contractor becomes the latest victim of the AntiSec hacking campaign, which claims it downloaded thousands of military e-mails and password hashes.
As agencies struggle to do more with less, Booz Allen builds program management business.
Booz Allen Hamilton saw its profits soar in 2011, and starting Aug. 1 it's targeting new markets. Where is it headed next?