Booz Allen books $67M Navy GPS directorate contract

Booz Allen has received a potential five-year, $67.5 million contract to provide systems engineering services to the Navy's GPS directorate within the branch's Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific arm.

SSC Pacific seeks to pace with the demand for integrated intelligence tools across positioning, navigation and timing programs. The contract extends SSC Pacific's 15-year partnership with Booz Allen on PNT programs, the firm said Thursday.

The firm will assess technical documents in order to help the Navy meet its PNT and cyber requirements, as well as advance Marine Corps, Air Force, Army and Coast Guard programs.

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