Booz Allen Hamilton today announced it was awarded two, five-year contracts under the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Technical, Acquisition and Business Support Services (TABSS) $11 billion multiple-award, Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity contract vehicle. The wins, awarded on November 30, 2012 and February 15, 2013, are to support DHS and its components with program management, engineering, technology, business and financial management, and audit support services.
TABSS is specifically designed to provide a wide range of strategically-sourced professional support services for DHS. Booz Allen was selected to support Domain 1, which involves program management, engineering and technology support services, and Domain 2, which includes business management, financial management and audit support services. Both support the acquisition life cycle services needed to assist with the cross-organizational mission of DHS.
“We have provided critical support to DHS since its inception, and have the functional capability and in-depth knowledge of DHS and its component agencies needed to successfully deliver against the broad range of support services that the TABSS vehicle will provide,” said
, Booz Allen Senior Vice President. “At Booz Allen, we’ve been thinking a lot about how we can help DHS realize the full potential of its capabilities and achieve its mission goals during its next decade. The TABSS vehicle will allow us to help DHS adopt a strong, future-facing strategy and field capability against the aggregated homeland security and law enforcement mission.”
Since the creation of DHS, Booz Allen has worked side by side with the agency to implement integrated, collaborative strategies that contribute to the safety and security of the United States. As the agency plans for the next decade of homeland security, Booz Allen is leading the way with a new vision for homeland security and law enforcement. To read more:
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