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Booz Allen tapped for U.S. Air Force cyber support

Posted by Dylan Malyasov on


Information technology consulting company Booz Allen Hamilton has been awarded a $47,4 million contract for operational resilient cyber advancements for U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) disclosed on 6 August.

The contract award from U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory enables the company to provide the Air Force with the capability to rapidly respond to cyber development, engineering, penetration testing, integration, and transition requirements for cyber assurance and associated Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate mission division programs; to improve cost efficiencies for supported Air Force, intelligence community, and other U.S. government customer organizations by exposing and reusing capabilities and software systems; and to foster the development and delivery of prototype systems that will meet the needs of existing operational users and potential new cyber weapon system customers.

The new task order will continue for a period of five years, adding that work will be performed in in McLean, Virginia; and Rome, New York,  and is expected to be completed by Aug. 5, 2023.

The previously, U.S. Army also awards Booz Allen and six others spot on a $554 million contract to provide global training, support systems and mission support services. Besides, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command awards Booz Allen a $92M task order to provide cybersecurity and technical support for the Information Assurance and Cyber Security Program Office for 5 years.

Booz Allen Hamilton has been at the forefront of strategy and technology for more than one hundred years. Today, the firm provides management and technology consulting and engineering services to leading Fortune 500 corporations, governments, and not-for-profits across the globe.

Booz Allen partners with public and private sector clients to solve their most difficult challenges through a combination of consulting, analytics, mission operations, technology, systems delivery, cybersecurity, engineering, and innovation expertise.

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