Booz Allen books $72M Navy fleet info contract

Booz Allen Hamilton has won a potential five-year, $72 million contract for program management and acquisition support services to the Navy with a focus on data for ships.

The Navy awarded the contract in November and Booz Allen will retain work performed as an incumbent on the predecessor award.

Navy officials sought continued support in areas such as contract management, budget formulation assistance and systems engineering for program execution, according to Deltek.

Booz Allen will also collaborate with the Navy’s Command and Control Program Office Systems to determine how to get tactical and situational awareness data onto fleets.

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